Reversibility of Chronic Disease and Hypersensitivity, Volume 4
The Environmental Aspects of Chemical Sensitivity
Reversibility of Chronic Disease and Hypersensitivity, Volume 4: The Environmental Aspects of Chemical Sensitivity is the fourth of an encyclopedic five-volume set describing the basic physiology, chemical sensitivity, diagnosis, and treatment of chronic degenerative disease studied in a 5x less polluted controlled environment. This text focuses on treatment techniques, strategies, protocols, prescriptions, and technologies. Distinguishing itself from previous works on chemical sensitivity, it explains newly understood mechanisms of chronic disease and hypersensitivity, involving core molecular function. The authors discuss new information on ground regulation system, genetics, the autonomic nervous system, and immune and non-immune functions. The book also includes the latest technology and cutting-edge techniques, numerous figures, and supporting research.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Outdoor Emissions
Chapter 2: Outdoor Air Pollution
Chapter 3: Indoor Air Pollution
Chapter 4: Inorganic Chemical Pollutants
Chapter 5: Organic Chemicals
Chapter 6: Formaldehyde
Chapter 7: Pesticides and Chronic Diseases
Chapter 8: Terpenes and Terpenoids
Chapter 9: The Therapeutic Use of Stress to Provoke Recovery: The Perspective of a Holisitic Psychiatrist / Psychoanalyst (chapter contributed by Martha Stark M.D.)
William J. Rea, MD, FACS, FAAEM, is a thoracic, cardiovascular, and general surgeon with an added interest in the environmental aspects of health and disease. Founder of the Environmental Health Center—Dallas (EHC-Dallas) in 1974, Dr. Rea is currently the director of this highly specialized Dallas-based medical facility.
Kalpana D. Patel, MD, FAAP, FAAEM, is a pediatrician with an added interest in the environmental aspects of health and disease. Dr. Patel is a founder of the Environmental Health Center- Buffalo (EHC-Buffalo) established in 1985, a specialized Buffalo-based medical facility.