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New Publications on fragranced product emissions, essential oils, exposures, and their effects on health by Anne Steinemann PhD.

Anne Steinemann PhD has just released some fantastic journal articles regarding fragranced product emissions, essential oils, exposures, and their effects on health.

I’m sharing them below with her permission. Be sure to check them out and share them with others.

(1) The Fragranced Products Phenomenon: Air Quality and Health, Science and Policy*
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(2) Pandemic Products and Volatile Chemical Emissions
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(3) Volatile Chemical Emissions from Essential Oils with Therapeutic Claims
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(4) Volatile Chemical Emissions from Car Air Fresheners
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(5) Evaluating Air Quality with and without Air Fresheners 
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(6) Emissions from Dryer Vents during use of Fragranced and Fragrance-Free Laundry Products*
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(7) Migraine Headaches and Fragranced Consumer Products: An International Population-Based Study
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(8) Fragranced Laundry Products and Emissions from Dryer Vents: Implications for Air Quality and Health 
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(9) Exposures and Effects from Fragranced Consumer Products in Germany
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Articles:

(1) Fragrance-Free Policies and Indoor Environments*
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(2) International Prevalence of Fragrance Sensitivity*
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(3) International Prevalence of Chemical Sensitivity, Co-prevalences with Asthma and Autism, and Effects from Fragranced Consumer Products* 

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(4) Fragranced Consumer Products and Effects on Asthmatics: An International Population-Based Study*
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(5) Air Fresheners and Indoor Built Environments*
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(6) Green Buildings and Indoor Air Quality*
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“Dr. Anne Steinemann is an internationally recognized expert on pollutant exposures and associated health effects, including topics of indoor air quality, consumer product testing and evaluation, exposure assessment, and healthy homes and communities.

She is currently Professor of Engineering, and Chair of Sustainable Infrastructure, at James Cook University, Australia; and Professor of Civil Engineering, and Chair of Sustainable Cities, at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She was previously Program Manager at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, U.C. San Diego, and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Professor of Public Affairs at the University of Washington. She was also a professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a visiting professor at Stanford University, Florida Institute of Technology, and Linköping University in Sweden. Dr. Steinemann received her Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University.

Dr. Steinemann advises numerous governments, industries, and organizations on issues of environmental pollutants, public health, and water management, and has directed major federally funded research programs. Her work has been used to change practices and policies around the world and formed the basis of federal and state legislation. In her public service, she has investigated more than 200 sick buildings to identify pollutant sources, reduce exposures, and improve people’s health.” Source

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