Very few doctors have been taught about how environmental exposures to chemicals, molds, wireless radiation, and EMF fields impact our health. People are experiencing all kinds of adverse health effects from exposures, yet all too often remain undiagnosed and unable to address the true causes of their ill health or functional disabilities.
This is costing society dearly, hence it’s imperative that more people learn about all of the possible causes in order to prevent suffering, and save time, energy, and money.
Fortunately now, we have more resources for health-care practitioners, created by professionals who have been researching and treating the adverse health effects of wireless technologies. These presentations discuss the types of symptoms and conditions that are known to be affected by EMF/EMR and offer current knowledge and practices of how to deal with them.
Please watch, learn, and share the links with your health care teams.
Diagnosis and Management of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS): Rapid Overview for a mixed audience
Dr Erica Mallery, Blythe Society of Ecological Medicine BSEM
Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe – Electromagnetic Radiation, Health and Children 2014
Dr. Martin Pall & Dr. Paul Dart, M.D. Oregon House of Rep. Health Committee Presentation
Dr. Klinghardt on molds, Lyme disease, EMR, and autism
Austrian Medical Association guidelines for diagnosing and treating patients with electrohypersensitivity
Health Effects of Microwave Radio Exposures by Paul Dart MD FCA
Lg PDF Part 1 Health Effects of Microwave Exposure – Part I – Paul Dart
Lg PDF Part 2 Health Effects of Microwave Exposure – Part II – Paul Dart
Some websites for further information
LIVING WITH ELECTROHYPERSENSITIVITY
A Survival Guide
Practical Tips for Coping with Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity
Dr. Magda Havas, PhD
Environmental Health Trust
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
Radiation Research Trust
The BabySafe Project
BioInitiative Report 2012
Autism and EMF? Plausibility of a pathophysiological link Part 1
Autism and EMF? Plausibility of a pathophysiological link Part 2
Expert submissions to the LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District) regarding wireless in schools:
The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) Position Papers
American Academy of Environmental Medicine Recommendations Regarding Electromagnetic and Radiofrequency Exposure
Electromagnetic and Radiofrequency Fields Effect on Human Health
Ten simple steps to limit exposure to wireless radiation:
1. Avoid carrying your cell phone on your body (e.g. in a pocket or bra).
2. Avoid holding any wireless device against your body when in use.
3. Use your cell phone on speaker setting or with an “air tube” headset.
4. Avoid using your wireless device in cars, trains or elevators.
5. Avoid cordless phones, especially where you sleep.
6. Whenever possible, connect to the internet with wired cables.
7. When using Wi-Fi, connect only to download, then disconnect and disable Wi-Fi.
8. Avoid prolonged or direct exposure to nearby Wi-Fi routers.
9. Unplug your home Wi-Fi router when not in use (e.g. at bedtime).
10. Sleep as far away from wireless utility meters (i.e. “smart” meters) as possible.
Please inform yourself and share what you’ve learned with others so that they too can protect themselves. Also consider calling your government representatives and the manufacturers of technological devices to demand health protective regulations and safer products (regarding both chemical and wireless emissions).
We have not given them our informed consent to be exposed to harmful levels of microwave radiation 24/7 like we are currently being subjected to, or agreed to suffer the health effects without any help from the health care systems we have paid for.
Let’s demand precaution and safety. Future generations will thank us.
I hope the government will look into this issue. Our children are being exposed for hours and hours every day for 9 months out of the year. Plus they often have cell towers near most schools now. Nobody is really looking out for our children. Nobody is looking out for the electromagnetically sensitive people. Someone in the government needs to start looking at this. Who will help those who are affected? Who will be responsible for those damaged by this? Who will take care of the damged people orthe health affected? The FCC han’t done anything since 1996 regarding exposures and they let eh industry dictate these standrds. When will we learn from our past with industry…tobacco, lead, asbestos, mercury, DDT, Thalidimide. DES, and the list wil go on and on. We never seem to take those things into account. We see the legislatures in this hearing who seem to be angry and uninterested in the truth. They seem to be aggressive abouteh topic and accusatory in thier questions and responses. Why? Why are they so accusatory about hte resons behind what these doctors are saying. Are they the same way with the industry? They seem to take what industry at face value but aggressively try to ‘get’ the reswearchers who are saying this is dangerous. Plus these people seem to be in too big of a hurry and unable to spend time to read anything. Isn’t that their jobs? They argue over the pages and tehy say they don’t have time to research it. Again, that is why they are there–to protect teh public. Please stop being in such a hurry and stop being so swayed by the industry. Please.
I think the problems lie with industry lobbying having more sway than scientific evidence.
The current economy is largely based on destructive activities, not on activities that promote health and well-being.
Getting corporate financing out of politics would be a good place to start.
Safety Limits and Political Conflicts of Interest
Here’s a freely downloadable Harvard ethics book regarding how the FCC is a captured agency. I recommend people look into this.
Electrical Hypersensitivity and the Social Model of Disability
David Fancy PHD
Electrical Hypersensitivity and the Social Model of Disability
“The most common way of thinking about EHS is that it is a medical disability. Understanding EHS in these terms means understanding the specific physiological pathways that cause what is generally understood to be a ‘pathological’ condition. Although this kind of understanding is necessary and useful, there are other important ways of conceiving of EHS. What if we were to flip the script? What if we understood the disability to be the result of the inaccessibility of the spaces that EHS people find themselves in, instead of a limitation or sickness of the EHS person? Drawing from insights from the ‘social model of disability’ this presentation identifies how the current cultural moment presents systematic barriers, negative attitudes and ongoing electromagnetic wounding that puts the responsibility on society for being the main contributing factor in disabling EHS persons.”
via EHA Quebec
“With the epidemiological studies of humans over many years and the recent findings of the US National Toxicological Program and Ramazzini Institute animal studies, we now have enough evidence to classify radiofrequency radiation as carcinogenic to humans,” says Dr. Anthony Miller, lead author of the review and professor emeritus, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. Miller is also a former Senior Epidemiologist for IARC and former Director of Epidemiology for the National Cancer Institute of Canada.”
Wireless Technology Symposium
Friday May 31, 2019
Women’s College Hospital, Toronto
PROGRAM: Topics & Speakers
Details of each session and any relevant materials can be found below.
01 – Welcome remarks and Introduction
Dr. Riina Bray – Chair of Conference
02 – Carcinogenicity of wireless radiation: IARC implications
Dr. Anthony Miller – Professor Emeritus, Dalla Lana School of Public Health
03 – Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 and global trends regarding EMFs
Frank Clegg – Former President of Microsoft Canada, Founder of C4ST
04 – Wireless radiation harms without heating: how we know and implications
Dr. Meg Sears – Researcher
05 – Impacts of EMFs on health in the community
Dr. Magda Havas – Professor, Trent University
06 – Clinical observations and European practice guidelines for EHS
Dr. Riina Bray – Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, DFCM
07 – House inspections – Findings and remediation
Robert Steller – Building Biologist
08 – Disability issues
Dr. David Fancy – Professor, Brock University and Patient Advocate
09 – Using law and advocacy to win accommodations and promote reform in a wireless world
David McRobert- Environmental Lawyer and Adjunct Professor (Retired), York University
10 – Wireless and the law
André Fauteux – Editor of La Maison du 21e Siècle
11 – Impacts on learning institutions, students and teachers
Shelley Wright B.Ed. and Frank Clegg – Former President of Microsoft Canada, Founder of C4ST
12 – Advocacy: C4ST, WEEP, EPIC
Melissa Chalmers and Barbara Payne – Patient Advocates
13 – EMF Canaries – Clinical experiences
Dr. Jennifer Armstrong – Ottawa Clinician
14 – Next Steps – Summary and Open discussion
Dr. Riina Bray
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