(excluding those published in journals of Clinical Ecology and letters to editors)
311 Published Through September 1999, Alphabetically Sorted by Author
1. Adamec, R. 1994. Modelling anxiety disorders following chemical exposures. Toxicol.Ind.Health 10:391-420.
2. Anderson, J.H. 1997. Reactions to carpet emissions: A case series. J Nutr Env Med 7:177-185.
3. Anderson, R.C. and J.H. Anderson. 1997. Toxic effects of air freshener emissions. Arch Environ Health 52:433-441.
4. Anderson, R.C. and J.H. Anderson. 1998. Acute toxic effects of fragrance products. Arch Environ Health 53:138-146.
5. Anderson, R.C. and J.H. Anderson. 1999. Sensory irritation and multiple chemical sensitivity. Toxicol Ind Health 15:339-345.
6. Antelman, S.M. 1994. Time-dependent sensitization in animals: a possible model of multiple chemical sensitivity in humans. Toxicol.Ind.Health 10:335-342.
7. Asero, R. 1998. Detection of patients with multiple drug allergy syndrome by elective tolerance tests. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 80:185-188.
8. Ashford, N.A. and C.S. Miller. 1991. Chemical Exposures: Low Levels and High Stakes, 1st edition. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.
9. Ashford, N.A. and C.S. Miller. 1992. Case Definitions for Mulitple Chemical Sensitivity. In Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: Addendum to Biologic Markers in Immunotoxicology. AnonymousNational Academy Press, Washington, D.C. 41-63.
10. Ashford, N.A. and C.S. Miller. 1993. Mulitple chemical sensitivity. Health Env.Digest 6:11
11. Ashford, N.A. and C.S. Miller. 1998. Chemical Exposures: Low Levels and High Stakes, 2nd edition. Wiley & Sons, New York.
12. Ashford, N.A. 1999. Low-level chemical sensitivity: implications for research and social policy. Toxicol Ind Health 15:421-427.
13. Baker, G.P. 1997. Intimidation of researchers by special-interest groups [letter; comment]. N Engl J Med 337:1314-5;:discussion 1315-6.
14. Baldwin, C. M., Bell, I. R., O'Rourke, M., Nadella, M., and Lebowitz, M. D. Personal and parental cardiopulmonary and diabetes: medical risk ratios in a community sample with and without sensitivity to chemical stressors, Presentation at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, March 22-25, 1995. 1995. San Diego, CA.
15. Baldwin, C.M., I.R. Bell, M. O'Rourke, and M.D. Lebowitz. 1997. The association of respiratory problems in a community sample of self-reported chemical intolerance. Eur J Epidemiol 13:547-552.
16. Baldwin, C.M. and I.R. Bell. 1998. Increased cardiopulmonary disease risk in a community-based sample with chemical odor intolerance: implications for women's health and health- care utilization. Arch Environ Health 53:347-353.
17. Baldwin, C.M., I.R. Bell, M. O'Rourke, S. Nadella, and M.D. Lebowitz. 1998. Allergen risk ratios for a community sample with and without self-reports of multiple chemical sensitivity. Chem Senses 20:661-662.
18. Baldwin, C.M., I.R. Bell, and M.K. O'Rourke. 1999. Odor sensitivity and respiratory complaint profiles in a community- based sample with asthma, hay fever, and chemical odor intolerance. Toxicol Ind Health 15:403-409.
19. Bannikov, E.A. 1986. [A method of determining the sensitivity to chemical substances in experimental studies and in patients with occupational dermatitis using the erythrocyte sedimentation reaction]. Gig.Tr.Prof.Zabol. 45-46.
20. Baraniuk, J.N., D.J. Clauw, and E. Gaumond. 1998. Rhinitis symptoms in chronic fatigue syndrome. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 81:359-365.
21. Barnes, P.J. 1990. Neurogenic inflammation in airways and its modulation. Arch.Int.Pharmacodyn.Ther. 303:67-82.
22. Barnes, P.J. 1991. Neurogenic inflammation in airways. Int.Arch.Allergy Appl.Immunol. 94:303-309.
23. Bartha, L., W. Baumzweiger, D.S. Buscher, T. Callender, K.A. Dahl, A.L. Davidoff, A. Donnay, S.B. Edelson, B.D. Elson, E. Elliott, D.P. Flayhan, G. Heuser, P.M. Keyl, K.H. Kilburn, P. Gibson, L.A. Jason, J. Krop, R.D. Mazlen, R.G. McGill, J. McTamney, W.J. Meggs, W. Morton, M. Nass, L.C. Oliver, D.D. Panjwani, L.A. Plumlee, D.J. Rapp, M.B. Shayevitz, J. Sherman, R.M. Singer, A. Solomon, A. Vodjani, J.M. Woods, and G. Ziem. 1999. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A 1999 Consensus. Arch Environ Health 54:147-149.
24. Bascom, R. 1991. The upper respiratory tract: mucous membrane irritation. [Review] [40 refs]. Environ Health Perspect 95:39-44.
25. Bascom, R. 1992. Multiple chemical sensitivity: a respiratory disorder? Toxicol.Ind.Health 8:221-228.
26. Bascom, R. 1992. Differential responsiveness to irritant mixtures. Possible mechanisms. Ann.N.Y.Acad.Sci. 641:225-247.
27. Bealer, S.L. and D.V. Smith. 1975. Multiple sensitivity to chemical stimuli in single human taste papillae. Physiol.Behav. 14:795-799.
28. Bell, I.R. 1975. A kindling model of mediation for food and chemical sensitivities: biobehavioral implications. Ann.Allergy 35:206-215.
29. Bell, I.R. 1982. Clinical Ecology. Common Knowledge Press, Bolinas, CA.
30. Bell, I.R. 1987. Environmental illness and health: the controversy and challenge of clinical ecology for mind-body health. Advances 4:45-55.
31. Bell, I.R., C.S. Miller, and G.E. Schwartz. 1992. An olfactory-limbic model of multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome: possible relationships to kindling and affective spectrum disorders. Biol.Psychiatry 32:218-242.
32. Bell, I.R., G.E. Schwartz, J.M. Peterson, and D. Amend. 1993. Symptom and personality profiles of young adults from a college student population with self-reported illness from foods and chemicals. J.Am.Coll.Nutr. 12:693-702.
33. Bell, I.R., G.E. Schwartz, J.M. Peterson, D. Amend, and W.A. Stini. 1993. Possible time-dependent sensitization to xenobiotics: self- reported illness from chemical odors, foods, and opiate drugs in an older adult population. Arch.Environ.Health 48:315-327.
34. Bell, I.R., G.E. Schwartz, J.M. Peterson, and D. Amend. 1993. Self-reported illness from chemical odors in young adults without clinical syndromes or occupational exposures. Arch.Environ.Health 48:6-13.
35. Bell, I.R., E.J. Markley, D.S. King, S. Asher, D. Marby, H. Kayne, M. Greenwald, D.A. Ogar, and S. Margen. 1993. Polysymptomatic syndromes and autonomic reactivity to nonfood stressors in individuals with self-reported adverse food reactions. J.Am.Coll.Nutr. 12:227-238.
36. Bell, I.R. 1994. White paper: Neuropsychiatric aspects of sensitivity to low- level chemicals: a neural sensitization model. Toxicol.Ind.Health 10:277-312.
37. Bell, I.R., G.E. Schwartz, D. Amend, J.M. Peterson, and W.A. Stini. 1994. Sensitization to early life stress and response to chemical odors in older adults. Biol.Psychiatry 35:857-863.
38. Bell, I.R., J.M. Peterson, and G.E. Schwartz. 1995. Medical histories and psychological profiles of middle-aged women with and without self-reported illness from environmental chemicals. J Clin Psychiatry 56:151-160.
39. Bell, I.R., J.M. Peterson, and G.E. Schwartz. 1995. Medical histories and psychological profiles of middle-aged women with and without self-reported illness from environmental chemicals. J Clin Psychiatry 56:151-160.
40. Bell, I.R., J.K. Wyatt, R.R. Bootzin, and G.E. Schwartz. 1995. Slowed reaction time performance on a divided attention task in elderly with environmental chemical odor intolerance. Int.J Neurosci. 84:127-134.
41. Bell, I.R., E.E. Hardin, C.M. Baldwin, and G.E. Schwartz. 1995. Increased limbic system symptomatology and sensitizability of young adults with chemical and noise sensitivities. Environ Res 70:84-97.
42. Bell, I. R., Glowa, J., Sheridan, J., Hudnell, Hk, MacPhail, Rc, Miller, D, Tilson, H, Benignus, V, Boyes, W, Bushnell, P, and Gilbert, M. Workshop on Animal Models of Nervous System Susceptibility to Indoor Air Contaminants, Summary Report, October 19-21, 1994. 1-61. 1995. Chapel Hill, NC, National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
43. Bell, I.R., R.R. Bootzin, T.P. Davis, V. Hau, C. Ritenbaugh, K.A. Johnson, and G.E. Schwartz. 1996. Time-dependent sensitization of plasma beta-endorphin in community elderly with self-reported environmental chemical odor intolerance. Biol Psychiatry 40:134-143.
44. Bell, I.R., R.R. Bootzin, C. Ritenbaugh, J.K. Wyatt, G. DeGiovanni, T. Kulinovich, J.L. Anthony, T.F. Kuo, S.P. Rider, J.M. Peterson, G.E. Schwartz, and K.A. Johnson. 1996. A polysomnographic study of sleep disturbance in community elderly with self-reported environmental chemical odor intolerance. Biol Psychiatry 40:123-133.
45. Bell, I.R. 1996. Clinically relevant EEG studies and psychophysiological findings: possible neural mechanisms for multiple chemical sensitivity. [Review]. Toxicology 111(1-3):101-117.
46. Bell, I.R., G.E. Schwartz, C.M. Baldwin, and E.E. Hardin. 1996. Neural sensitization and physiological markers in multiple chemical sensitivity. [Review] [74 refs]. Regul Toxicol Pharmacol 24:Pt 2):S39-47
47. Bell, I.R., C.S. Miller, G.E. Schwartz, J.M. Peterson, and D. Amend. 1996. Neuropsychiatric and somatic characteristics of young adults with and without self-reported chemical odor intolerance and chemical sensitivity. [Review] [114 refs]. Arch Environ.Health 51:9-21.
48. Bell, I.R., M.E. Walsh, A. Goss, J. Gersmeyer, G.E. Schwartz, and P. Kanof. 1997. Cognitive dysfunction and disability in geriatric veterans with self reported intolerance to environmental chemicals. J.Chronic Fatigue Syn. 3:15-42.
49. Bell, I.R., G.E. Schwartz, R.R. Bootzin, and J.K. Wyatt. 1997. Time-dependent sensitization of heart rate and blood pressure over multiple laboratory sessions in elderly individuals with chemical odor intolerance. Arch Environ Health 52:6-17.
50. Bell, I.R., J.P. Kline, G.E. Schwartz, and J.M. Peterson. 1998. Quantitative EEG patters during nose versus mouth inhalation of filtered room air in young adults with and without self-reported chemical intolerance. Int J Psyshophysiol 58:50-57.
51. Bell, I.R., G.E. Schwartz, C.M. Baldwin, E.E. Hardin, and J.P. Kline. 1998. Differential resting quantitative electroencephalographic alpha patterns in women with environmental chemical intolerance, depressives, and normals. Biol Psychiatry 43:376-388.
52. Bell, I.R., C.M. Baldwin, and G.E. Schwartz. 1998. Illness from low levels of environmental chemicals: relevance to chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Am J Med 105:74S-82S.
53. Bell, I.R., R. Patarca, C.M. Baldwin, N.G. Klimas, G.E. Schwartz, and E.E. Hardin. 1998. Serum neopterin and somatization in women with chemical intolerance, depressives, and normals. Neuropsychobiology 38:13-18.
54. Bell, I.R., L. Warg-Damiani, C.M. Baldwin, M.E. Walsh, and G.E. Schwartz. 1998. Self-reported chemical sensitivity and wartime chemical exposures in Gulf War veterans with and without decreased global health ratings. Mil.Med 163:725-732.
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