Archive for April, 2010

  • WEEP – Canada

    WEEP is a Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electric Electromagnetic Pollution. On their website you will find information about the potential environmental effects associated with the various forms of electric and electromagnetic emissions. They

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  • Heavy metals in patients suffering from electromagnetic hypersensitivity

    Risks from electromagnetic devices are of considerable concern. Electrohypersensitive (EHS) persons attribute a variety of rather unspecific symptoms to the exposure to electromagnetic fields. The pathophysiology of EHS is unknown and therapy remains

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  • Mobile phone-related symptoms and electromagnetic hypersensitivity.

    OBJECTIVE: Some people report symptoms that they associate with electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure. These symptoms may be related to specific EMF sources or to electrical equipment in general (perceived electromagnetic hypersensitivity, EHS). Re

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  • My Partners Story

    By Giles - gilesphoto@gmail.com Until last summer I was, like most people nowadays, very fond of all my modern communication gadgets from wifi to mobile, from Palm to laptops and all their advantages. From 2006 onwards I went several times to s

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  • ElectroSensitivity UK

    ElectroSensitivity UK is located in London England. This organization provides unbiased and balanced information to help those who have become sensitive to mobile and cordless phones, their masts, wifi, and a multitude of common everyday electrical a

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  • Toronto Star – What is Electrosensitivity?

    By Tyler Hamilton for the Toronto Star It started with nausea and vomiting in the morning, followed by insomnia and the annoying sound of clicking in her ears. Marika Bandera, sitting in her east-end Toronto apartment, begins to cry as she rec

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