***** A “MUST READ” for every woman of child bearing age & their mates: SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL REPORT ON C O POISONING on the fetus


FUNDING: The University of California’s Tobacco-related Disease Research Program.
JOURNAL: The research appears in the June 1 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience Research.
AUTHORS: John Edmond, Ph.D., professor of biological chemistry; Ivan Lopez, Ph.D., assistant professor of head and neck surgery; and Douglas Webber, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow; at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, are available for interviews.

CONTEXT: Tobacco smoke, gas heaters, stoves and ovens all emit C O, which can rise to high concentrations in poorly ventilated homes. Infants and children are particularly vulnerable to C O exposure because they spend a great deal of time in the home. No policies exist to regulate C O in the home.

Commercial, [UL2034], C O alarms do not sound a warning until after the C O concentration reaches 70PPM FOR OVER AN HOUR, nearly three times the 25PPM limit set by Cal/OSHA.


***** IMPACT:
According to Scientist at UCLA, and Research Scientists at other Leading Medical Institutions throughout the World who have recently released Reports on their Medical Studies regarding the many devastating effects of Chronic Low Level CO. Carbon Monoxide resulting from second hand smoke; as well as many other sources as low as 5 PPM, [parts per million], were found to result in the following.

Underweight Babies, with smaller Head & Brain Sizes; as well as some other Serious Birth Defects in the newborn. The FETUS is severely and irreversibly effected by Very Low Levels of COHb during the 3rd trimester; as well as Increased suffering due to OXIDATIVE STRESS caused by Low Level Chronic C O Poisoning in persons having any of the following illnesses: COPD, Asthma, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multi Sclerosis, Lou Gherig’s, Disease, Cardiovascular Disease.

***** If the Scientific Medical Evidence was not so overwhelming how could we have obtained passage of LAWS In all 50 States to BAN SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES? EVEN SECOND HAND SMOKE, OR OTHER SOURCES AS LOW AS 5ppm CAN BE CRIPPLING OR DEADLY TO C O SUSCEPTIBLE PERSONS, ESPECIALLY THE FETUS.



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19299 Katrina Lane – Eldridge Missouri 65463-9102
Tel: 1-888-443-5377 Fax: 1-888-436-5377