As a parent you not only have to worry about getting yourself to work during the school year, but now have more schedules than ever to juggle and your kids need your help as well. While we certainly don’t have the answers or a magic wand that you can wave and make it all easy and joyous, we do have some ideas that might help.
The morning rush to get to school is the first stress. What can you do the night before to be ready or have your child ready to walk out the door? What can be done the night before? Continue reading →
If you have called your utility company about your Smart Meter, they will reassure you that data is only collected a few times per day. When asked if Smart Meters transmit RF (radio frequency) signals constantly, PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric) told customers that they just transmit intermittently. In fact, in their FAQ’s, they stated the signal only lasted 2 to 20 milliseconds, totaling only 45 seconds a day for each meter. The rest of the time the meter is silent.
Is that really true? 45 seconds isn’t much. And is the meter really just sitting there doing nothing, right? Continue reading →
Research on EMF and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity is a Game Changer
EHS Sufferers – Rejoice! Let us give thanks to an international team of researchers who have spent untold hours and thoughtful detective work to identify specific biomarkers in the blood that define and separate out 3 disabling conditions:
MCS (multiple chemical sensitivity)
EHS (electromagnetic sensitivity)
SRI (sensitivity-related illnesses).
The game has changed! It may be too soon to celebrate this awakening, but this puts EHS and MCS into the realm of hard science.
Growing numbers of people worldwide are reporting extremely disabling, multiorgan, non-specific symptoms after even small doses of electromagnetic radiation. How did the researchers unravel this mystery…. Continue reading →
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity is becoming common enough that court battles are being won by the claimant instead of being tossed out as “all in your head” scenarios. On August 27, 2015, a French court in Toulouse awarded Marine Richard, a disability payment of approximately $900 a month for 3 years because she cannot be around any form of electromagnetic radiation without becoming ill. She now lives in a remote area of SW France in a barn with no electricity.
If we could see the microwaves, radiation, and radio frequencies constantly surrounding us 24/7, we wouldn’t be able to see anything else.
The signals from wireless technology like Wi-Fi Internet, cell phones, and laptops have become completely ubiquitous in modern life. And that’s in addition to the low-frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF) emitted by the electricity that flows through our homes, schools, and offices. Most of us take advantage of modern technology in our personal and professional lives, although take for granted might be more accurate. And few people consider the potential EMF dangers we’re increasingly exposed to.
If you’re curious about the potential EMF dangers, then here are four recent developments in the field worth investigating: Continue reading →
Imagine driving on a country road at 6 in the morning, texting a friend, and wham, the next thing you know, you’ve sideswiped another car. When you look in your rear view mirror you are horrified to see that this car was T-boned by a truck, and now 2 people are dead. You’re not sure it’s your fault. It was a drizzly morning, and maybe the other guy just drifted over to your lane. What the heck happened? You don’t really remember a thing. Continue reading →
We need darkness to sleep, and we need healthy sleep to restore our systems. But according to University of Bristol scientist Denis Henshaw, EMF and the constant stimulation of artificial light may interfere with our resting, or circadian rhythms. Whether we light our nights with TVs or IPads that lull us to sleep or simply never escape the light pollution from street lamps and other outside sources, our systems are saturated 24/7.
“There’s a small but detailed literature demonstrating that Magnetic Fields interfere with the action of pineal cells in synthesizing melatonin.” Translation: our human light reaction threshold is sensitive to EMF. If we get over-stimulated, we don’t produce enough of the antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer agents we need to stay healthy. (From Henshaw’s 2012 paper) Continue reading →
Most of us either know someone who either has a child with autism, Asperger’s syndrome or related developmental disorders, or who has it themselves. The younger you are, the greater your chances of know several individuals in this category. There has been a 60 fold increase in incidence of autism, Asperger’s syndrome or related developmental disorders since the 1970’s. WHY these numbers are soaring?
Causes of autism?
Lots of causes have been promoted in the media – vaccines is a big one, toxicity is less well known, and last but not least – there is the EMF connection. Dr. George Carlo, in 2007 decided to look at the toxicity/EMF connection. He knew that nearly everyone who lives on this planet absorbs heavy metals through the air we breathe, water we drink, food and environmental products that transfer the substance from the product to the human. Continue reading →