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There are a few things new:

  1. There is a new article which proves statistically that Avoidance is the Key Treatment of Chemical Injury. (See link below.)

  2. The article "Unacknowledged Suffering" has been removed for editing. It was far too long. So it will probably be divided into two articles.

Key Treatment Of Chemical Injury - Avoidance

Chemical Injury (CI) is is an acquired health condition, and its key treatment is avoidance of further exposures to toxic chemicals. Yet this is very difficult to achieve as we live in a very polluted world, with much of society viewing toxic chemical exposures as just a normal part of daily life. However, the significant drop in air pollution during the pandemic restrictions resulted in the number of people in Canada with Chemical Injury dramatically dropping by more than half from 2020 to 2022.

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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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