MAY WE RECOMMEND--
Items worth a glance or two
Some art causes headaches, and sometimes it works the other way around.
Of the latter, we recommend the American Council for Headache Education's art museum., and also the National Headache Foundation's Migraine Masterpieces collection. (For more about both of these, also see Rosie Mestel's review in the May 5, 2001 issue of the Los Angeles Times.)
Of the former we recommend , as a starting point, S.R. Tripathi et al.'s report, "Neurobehavioural disturbances in workers engaged in high-pressure spray painting," which was published in the Journal of Human Ergology, vol. 18, no. 2, December 1989, pp. 191-8.
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