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Key Treatment Of Chemical Injury - Avoidance

We have revised this article on June 4, 2024. 

This article previously contained prevalence data for Chemical Injury for 2022 from Statistics Canada's Canadian Community Health Survey. This data demonstrated that the prevalence decreased by over 50% during the Covid 19 pandemic restrictions. These restrictions resulted in a decrease in the air pollution to which people were exposed. The data was procured from Statistics Canada and when we had questioned the validity of such a drastic drop in the prevalence numbers, Statistics Canada looked into it and verified those numbers.

However, we have recently been given a reason to question the validity of those numbers. As a result, we have removed the Statistics Canada 2022 prevalence data from this page.


We have sent an email to Statistics Canada, and we are awaiting their response. When we know more, we will post a summary here on the home page, and a more detailed explanation in another revision of the article.  

At HRNI, we provide information regarding Chemical Injury. We have experiential knowledge in:

  • the challenges faced by the chemically injured, and

  • their need for low-toxicity housing.


On This Website 

You will discover information to assist you in your understanding of Chemical Injury.

  •  Convenient, “Safe And Deadly is a book we are selling. It was written for the specific purpose of giving a basic understanding of Chemical Injury. It uses basic clinical toxicology charts to illustrate how anyone can become chemically injured. It would be a beneficial read for everyone. 

  • Chemical Injury Information: provides a number of informative articles on Chemical Injury.

  • Low-Toxicity Housing: has informative articles on the housing needs of the Chemically Injured.

  • Links: has a large list of educational and supportive web sites.

Disclaimer: The information and links provided on Health Risk Navigation Inc.’s web site are solely for the purpose of raising awareness of the negative health impact of our chemically-dependent lifestyle. It is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or health condition. The information provided is NOT a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding a medical condition. Health Risk Navigation Inc. does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external sites (links).

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