The chemical dependency index lists all the chemicals in the world that are toxic to the body.
You can find out what chemicals are used in your home, workplace and even your body by checking out the Chemical Dependency Index.
The chemical index has been developed by scientists at the University of Oxford.
The index is based on a chemical composition of the body and the chemical properties of a compound.
It is not a comprehensive list, but it does help you make an informed decision about what to buy or avoid.
There are many chemicals in your body that are not toxic, but you can still need to take steps to avoid them.
Here are some chemicals that you may want to avoid: Antibiotics (e.g. penicillin, erythromycin, emtricitabine) Antibiotics can cause a range of problems including infections, cancer and birth defects.
Antibiotic resistance has become a serious problem, and some people have developed a resistance to antibiotics.
Allergies (e,g, allergies to wheat, eggs, milk) Many people can develop a reaction to certain foods or medicines.
Antihistamines can also increase the risk of allergy and asthma.
Antioxidants (e., vitamin C, antioxidants) Some vitamins and minerals can have an effect on your health, but many other vitamins and mineral supplements are also good for your health.
Bacterial and fungal infections (e) bacterial infections (such as MRSA) can cause inflammation and damage your immune system.
Most people with a high cholesterol level can get sick if they are over-consuming high fat foods or drinks, including fatty meats.
Co-morbidities (e e,g) co-morbiasis (also known as co-infection) occurs when two or more of the following factors are present in the body: a) your blood contains too much cholesterol b) your skin is red or irritated c) you have a history of infections d) you suffer from arthritis or diabetes e) you are pregnant, breast-feeding or have a chronic condition such as diabetes, heart disease or cancer Drugs (e g, antidepressants, anti-inflammatories, antiemetics) Some drugs may increase the chance of an infection, so it is important to make sure you take your medication on time.
If you are taking certain medications, check the label to make certain they are safe for you and your family.
For example, some drugs are often used to treat certain conditions such as high blood pressure or depression.
Diseases (e): cardiovascular disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, high blood sugar, diabetes mellitus, cancer Ecotoxicants (such a benzene or formaldehyde, such as acetone) are substances that can harm your health by changing the structure of the atmosphere.
This can be caused by burning your skin or eyes, or by inhaling it through your clothing or clothing products.
Fungicides are chemicals that are often sprayed on crops or in lawns to control pests.
Food additives (e eg, salt) Some foods, such in sauces, breads, biscuits and ice cream, are made from chemicals.
They may be harmful if swallowed.
For more information, read our article on the health effects of food additives.
Gastrointestinal diseases (e), cancer (e es) (e gastric, esophageal, stomach or rectal cancer) (s) (esophageals) Hair loss (e-tampons, wigs, braids) Hair loss can cause pain and irritation and can cause the development of skin and eye infections.
The risk of developing hair loss increases the longer you have been using them, but the risk decreases as you get older.
(e xerox and other photocopies) (x) (h) Ketones (e: acetone, propanolamine) Ketones are substances in your blood that can increase your blood pressure and make you more susceptible to heart attacks and strokes.
You should not use ketones to treat an asthma attack or other asthma symptoms.
Ketones can also be used as an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory.
Lipids (e and other fats) (f) Methylene blue (e alcohol) (m) N-acetylcysteine (e Alcohol) (n) Phenylalanine (E Alcohol) Prozac (e Adderall) (p) Steroids (e steroids) (z) Thalidomide (e Zyprexa) (t) Tylenol (e Tylenols) (y) Vitamin B6 (B12) (B6) (v) Caffeine (Methamphetamine)