by Katherine Smith | 5 Oct, 2016 | Education, Training and Professional Development, Environmental Health
The 2016 Environmental Sensitivities Symposium brings together 15 experts from around the world, all sharing their perspective on various aspects of environmental sensitivities.
Topics include electromagnetic hypersensitivity, chemical sensitivities, chronic fatigue syndrome, heavy metals (including lead), indoor air quality contaminants, mould, and chemicals (including obesogens). Every interview is informative... Read More | Share it now!
by Katherine Smith | 25 Jan, 2016 | Book and DVD Reviews, Education, Training and Professional Development, Environmental Health
At the link below you can see a mini documentary on electrohypersensitivity (also known as EHS, electrosensitivity or ES or electromagnetic hypersensivity (EMS).) People with this condition develop a range of unpleasant symptoms (ranging from relatively mild to disabling) from exposure to electromagnetic radiation and electromagnetic fields produced by common devices such as cell phones, cell phone towers, Wi-Fi... Read More | Share it now!
by Katherine Smith | 25 Dec, 2015 | Children's Health and Development, Education, Training and Professional Development, Environmental Health
British physician Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe has written an excellent resource on electromagnetic hypersensitivity (also know as electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and electrosensitivity (ES).)
You can read this document at this link: http://www.iemfa.org/wp-content/pdf/Mallery-Blythe-v1-EESC.pdf
NB: If you are interested in electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and health, you will no doubt find many of the articles in... Read More | Share it now!
by Katherine Smith | 28 Oct, 2012 | Cancer Prevention and Treatment, Children's Health and Development, Environmental Health |
How To Reduce Your Exposure To EMR
The following, mostly simple steps can greatly reduce your exposure to potentially harmful EMR. If you appreciate what you learn through reading this link, please share it with friends and family. Thank you.
1) Use a landline phone – use the type of phone that has a cord, not a cordless phone.
(Cordless phones use radiofrequency radiation and the most models of the new... Read More | Share it now!