Public Health Sos: the Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution

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Electromagnetic factors in health is an emerging public health issue globally, creating electrical sensitivity and being linked to illnesses of many kinds. Read this primer on EMF and health by Prof. Magda Havas of Canada and environmental activist and management consultant to change agents, Camilla Rees, founder of www.ElectromagneticHealth.org. Learn what the independent science shows, what you can do to create electromagnetic safety and how you can help get Congress to pay attention to this important issue ...
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Overview

Electromagnetic factors in health is an emerging public health issue globally, creating electrical sensitivity and being linked to illnesses of many kinds. Read this primer on EMF and health by Prof. Magda Havas of Canada and environmental activist and management consultant to change agents, Camilla Rees, founder of www.ElectromagneticHealth.org. Learn what the independent science shows, what you can do to create electromagnetic safety and how you can help get Congress to pay attention to this important issue affecting humans, animals and nature. This book resulted from 110 Questions asked of the audience at The Commonwealth Club of California in 2008, the nations leading public affairs forum.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781441458797
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 4/26/2009
  • Pages: 122
  • Sales rank: 826,413
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.26 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2013

    I live between 2000 - 2300 feet from three cell phone towers and

    I live between 2000 - 2300 feet from three cell phone towers and I wanted to know how they could be affecting my health. This is an excellent book that covers that area. After much personal research on the subject, I actually found that the most toxic transmitters were the ones that I had bought! Devices sold as harmless wireless products actually turn people's homes into antenna parks and may make the people inside the home sick. This book also covers these types of devices. The utility "Automatic Meter Reader" (AMR) and "Smart" meter plague is simply a crime against humanity. These devices were proven to be biologically toxic a long time ago and most people do not even realize that they already have them! I took all of my wireless devices out of service and my dormant garden sprung into life!!! I also had painful and sensitive teeth for a few weeks afterwords and it appeared to be withdrawal from the wireless radiation. I no longer purchase nor use any wireless products, I now consider them to be a known bio-hazard. They are officially classed as "Possibly Carcinogenic".

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