Electromagnetic Fields

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With ubiquitous electropollution from cell phones/towers, powerlines, computers, and wireless devices, this eye-opening book is the best resource for parents, community planners, healthcare professionals, and scientists alike. Winner, 1996 Award of Excellence from the American Medical Writers Association. From the earth's natural electromagnetic background to "Green" EMF safety designs, Electromagnetic Fields explains which illnesses are associated with artificial radiation, how technology impacts human health ...

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Overview

With ubiquitous electropollution from cell phones/towers, powerlines, computers, and wireless devices, this eye-opening book is the best resource for parents, community planners, healthcare professionals, and scientists alike. Winner, 1996 Award of Excellence from the American Medical Writers Association. From the earth's natural electromagnetic background to "Green" EMF safety designs, Electromagnetic Fields explains which illnesses are associated with artificial radiation, how technology impacts human health and wildlife, and how to live more safely.

"If you're looking for the plain unvarnished truth and the best available advice, this is one book you should not miss."-Robert O. Becker, M.D., author of Cross Currents and coauthor of The Body Electric

"Other authors have dealt with EMF questions, but none with the clarity and evenhandedness of B. Blake Levitt. This book avoids the extremes of over-dramatization and understatement and delivers the important information in a cool and lively manner."-Andrew A. Marino, Ph.D., J.D., coauthor of Electromagnetism and Life, and The Electric Wilderness

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595476077
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/13/2007
  • Edition description: An Authors Guild Backinprint.com Edition
  • Pages: 464
  • Sales rank: 1,108,054
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.03 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2013

    After choosing a career working with electricity, electronics, a

    After choosing a career working with electricity, electronics, and computers, I found that in my thirties my health ran down to the point of being put on prescription medication. None of the doctors could tell my why this occurred and they told me that it was a "normal aspect of aging", everyone is the same! I now know that I had a form of radiation sickness that was caused by exposure to the equipment that I was working with, the products that were in my home, and too much sunlight exposure (the Sun is a nuclear reactor!). This is an excellent book that confirmed my own personal findings. Today I have good health that I thought was impossible to achieve a few years ago.

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