What is chemophobia?

It is the fear of chemicals or working with chemicals.
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The most usual use of the term "chemophobia" is analogous to "homophobia"—a prejudice against something rather than an irrational fear. See nonclinical uses of "phobia" and prejudices described as phobias In
Another definition of chemophobia is that it is a concern about learning chemistry as an academic subject. Characteristics -
A contributory factor to chemophobia is due to increasing sensitivity of analytical techniques that can now detect extremely low levels of chemicals
Chemophobia in google would yield only a few hits but now the term has been well established and there are even sites that apparently want to treat the problem
you know your chemophobia is illogical. But it has persisted because your subconscious has attached the idea of chemicals or working with chemicals to all those negative emotions.
Chemophobia is usually caused by an intense negative experience from your past. But your mind can also create that fear seemingly without basis
Chemophobia was found to exist at an average level between a little bit and moderate. Highest anxiety was associated with chemistry
Chemophobia is listed as a "rare disease" by the Office of Rare Diseases (ORD) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This means
of clinical chemophobia, there is no reason to put it in wikipedia. `'Miikka 15:00, 27 June 2007 (UTC)
false information: chemophobia is NOT listsed] as rare disease bt National Institute of Health.
might call "chemophobia" - fear of medications - is potentially just as dangerous as overprescription. Full post as published by Neuroethics and Law on February 17, 2008 (boomark
A culmination of chemophobia was reached with the publication in the United States of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring in 1962. The book was
Perhaps the simplest answer to chemophobia is this: It is based on a misperception. Everything is made up of chemicals. A report by the
If you are living with chemophobia, what is the real cost to your health, your career or school, and to your family life? Avoiding