Subject: electrohypersensitivity | contested illness | R5-920 | Medicine (General) | Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare | chemical sensitivity | Original Research | chemical hypersensitivity | chemical intolerance | environmental sensitivity
Pamela Reed Gibson, Shannon Kovach, Alexis LupferDepartment of Psychology, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, USAAbstract: Studies of unmet health care needs have shown that women, people with poor health, and people with lower socioeconomic status are more lik... View more
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