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Subversion of Science: Royal Society of Canada panel with conflict of interest to review Safety Code 6!

June 18, 2013.  Finally a medical authority reveals what goes on behind closed doors! Paul Christopher Webster wrote an article for the  Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) revealing conflict of interest for one member of the Royal Society… 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

International Experts’ Perspective on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR).

June 11, 2011 (updated as of July 2018).   Below are some of the key resolutions, appeals, and declarations released by expert scientific groups around the world since 1998, regarding the biological and health effects of both low frequency electromagnetic… Read More

WHO’s new classification of RFR: What does this mean for Canada?

June 5, 2011.  The World Health Organization classifies radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic.  What does this mean for Canadians? After a week-long meeting in Lyon, France, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)—an arm of the World… Read More

Multiple Sclerosis and Dirty Electricity

March 23, 2011.  Symptoms for multiple sclerosis (MS) and electrohypersensitivity (EHS) are similar and may lead to an initial misdiagnosis of this illness.  Also, some people with MS may also have EHS.  If this is the case, improved… Read More

Multiple Sclerosis and Electrohypersensitivity

January 18, 2011.  Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurological disorder and many of the symptoms overlap with electrohypersensitivity (EHS).  Indeed some individuals with EHS may be misdiagnosed with MS and some may have both “diseases.” In a study… Read More

Science 101: Weight-of-Evidence and Weight-of-Warning

December 22, 2010.  What does “weight-of-evidence” mean and how is it calculated? From Terry’s Thoughts on “weight-of-evidence” and “weight-of-warning” Health Canada’s “weight-of-evidence” approach means if there is one more study showing no harmful effect of microwave radiation, even… Read More

New Study: Radiation from Cordless Phone Base Station Affects the Heart

October 22, 2010.  New study by Dr. Magda Havas and colleagues in the peer-reviewed European Journal of Oncology Library Vol. 5, 2010 shows that radiation from a digital cordless phone base station affects the heart in a double-blind… Read More