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Environmental Illness Network Minnesota is a community where environmentally sensitive Minnesotans, and those who care about them, can come together to find less-toxic and less immunologically stressful alternatives.

Did you know 
over 30% of Americans report experiencing fragrance sensitivity, over 11% report being hypersensitive to chemicals, and 2.5% report having been diagnosed with a 
multiple chemical sensitivity condition?

Did you know rates of some health conditions believed to be environmentally caused or exacerbated (like 
autism, 
allergies, 
asthma, & 
food sensitivities/intolerances) are 
soaring?

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UNSAFE: The Truth Behind Everyday Chemicals, Earth Focus

The Unhealthy Truth About Our Food, Robyn O'Brien TEDx

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Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN - Air Quality Forecast


Location: Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN

Forecast:
Today, 09/14/2014: Good - 36 AQI - Ozone

Tomorrow, 09/15/2014: Good - 36 AQI - Ozone

Agency: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Last Update: Sun, 14 Sep 2014 10:15:14 CDT

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Why Use Images of Canaries?

Canaries are known to be sensitive to toxic fumes, so miners used to bring the birds into mines with them as an early danger warning system. That's why “a canary in a coal mine” became an expression used for describing a person who provides early warning of a coming danger. For the environmentally ill who are sensitive to toxic fumes, the expression seems especially apt. That is why some of us refer to ourselves as canaries.

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