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The Rocky Mountain Environmental Health Association is a support group for people with environmental sensitivities. We provide a starting point for information and resources about Environmental Illness (EI), Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), Suggestions for What To Do if you are developing MCS or EHS; Environmental Medicine, Sick Building Syndrome (SBS), Gulf War Syndrome (GWS), and other related environmentally aggravated health conditions.
We have references to many books that may be of interest to people with Environmental Illness.
Plus, you'll find an extensive Resources section with links to materials, supplies and information about health-related organizations, government agencies, healthy housing, the Sawmill House, an efficient, healthy, firesafe, off-grid house, the Sawmill House, Lessons Learned, disability, Medical Chemical Chemicals, toxic substances, and electrical sensitivities to support coping with Environmental Illness.
RMEHA Member's Notes for 2018
RMEHA Member's Notes for 2019
RMEHA published a newsletter from 2000 through December 2011. Listings of article titles for each year are available at article titles. Articles often listed a Web address for further information. Active links for those references are available at - Active links for more information.
The RMEHA Resource Guide is available online, and available to non-members. Resource Guide.
This site also contains information about the Rocky Mountain Environmental Health Association (RMEHA), along with information about how to contact RMEHA and a registration form for joining RMEHA.
Send us an email via the contact page to suggest additional areas you would like to see covered on this site. All constructive comments are most appreciated!
Follow the links below to learn more about Environmental Illness and RMEHA.
|Depression and MCS
|Fragrances and MCS
|Healthy Housing and MCS
|Medical Chemicals and MCS
| Past Newsletter
| Past Newsletter
|Pesticides and MCS
|RMEHA Resource Guide
|Sawmill House Lessons
|Tobacco Smoke and MCS
|Treatments for MCS
|What To Do if You Have MCS
|Member's Notes, 2018
|Member's Notes, 2019
Please keep in mind that the information on this www.rmeha.org web site is presented for general informational purposes only. We sincerely believe that information is power, in this case power to improve one's own health. At the same time, please remember that none of the content of this site is intended as medical advice. Also, please understand that products or practices that benefit one person may be inappropriate for another. Please use caution and common sense in making use of the information on www.rmeha.org web site and, as always, consult your health care practitioner.
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RMEHA has been supporting people with Environemntal Illnesses since 1984.
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