Category: ElectroSensitivity

Environmental Health Matters Initiative – U.S. National Academies

March 29, 2018.  The Environmental Health Matters Initiative of the National Academies has the following mandate based on their website: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH MATTERS INITIATIVE (EHMI) is a new, large-scale effort of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to work across… Read More

Scientists and Physicians call Health Canada to protect the public from radiofrequency radiation exposure

July 12, 2014.  On July 9th, C4ST (Canadians for Safe Technology) held a news conference in Ottawa asking for Health Canada to provide adequate Safety Code 6 guidelines to protect the public against radiofrequency radiation exposure.  C4ST is… Read More

Austrian Medical Association guidelines for diagnosing and treating patients with electrohypersensitivity

June 22, 2012.  Earlier this year (March 2012), the Austrian Medical Association released a very important document: Guideline of the Austrian Medical Association for the diagnosis and treatment of EMF related health problems and illnesses (EMF syndrome).  Consensus paper of the… Read More

Women’s College Hospital Diagnoses Patients with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity

June 13, 2012.  For years doctors at Women’s College Hospital, in the heart of Toronto, have been diagnosing patients with environmental sensitivities that include multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) and electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EMS). They have a long waiting list and… Read More

Microwave radiation affects the heart: Are the results real or are they due to interference?

January 7, 2012.  In 2010, we published a paper that showed radiation from a cordless phone at 2.4 GHz affects the heart. Click here for a copy of that publication. We heard from many people who acknowledged that… Read More