Medical Professionals Warn That Environmental Toxins Pose A Growing Health Hazard

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Biological Dentist Eugene Sambataro and Health Psychologist Gene Eberts Offer a Report on the Risks of Toxic Overload.

The still unfolding tragedy in Haiti has the attention of the entire world; and according to the Baltimore, Maryland-area dentist Eugene Sambataro and psychologist Gene Eberts, the full extent of the disaster may not be known for years. The two have issued a report raising an alarm about what is known as toxic overload, an idea which is gaining acceptance in the medical community, despite there being considerable skepticism from some quarters.

According to the two, the toxins released into the air, water and soil as a result of the Haitian earthquake may prove to be nearly as deadly as the 7.0 quake itself, though they believe this to be a disaster whose toll will only be known years from now as illnesses caused by toxic overload occur. Whether or not people happen to be skeptical about Sambataro and Eberts' warning of the hazards of toxic overload, it's undeniable that people live in an age where they're surrounded by environmental toxins and these substances can have serious and often deadly consequences for our health.

While there are some physicians and researchers who believe these environmental toxins to be among the primary causes of many diseases, there are still a great many in the medical world who remain unconvinced. This has made researching the issue problematic. With so little attention being paid to the topic, it's not surprising that a majority of the general public is almost completely unaware of the dangers posed by these manmade poisons in our environment, not to mention unaware of how to counteract the effects of these toxins.

Sambataro and Eberts have decided to raise public awareness of the issue with their new website, Detox Secrets Blog. The site contains an informative video about toxic overload intended to help readers understand what the condition is, how it develops through exposure to the environmental toxins which surround us and most importantly of all, what people can do to minimize their risks and protect themselves from these toxins. Anyone who is concerned about the state of the environment or their health will certainly want to have a look at the site and educate themselves about the dangers which are all around us.

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