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Webinar: experts discuss EMF sensitivity, scientific evidence and patient stories

In 2019, the World Health Organization warned that high levels of Electromagnetic exposure could lead to health issues in a significant portion of the population.

Last month, the National Academies of Sciences reported that American Embassy workers in China and Cuba were injured by microwave radiation exposure.  The cause may not have been from weapons.

Of course, decades of research (including some paid for by the U.S. government and the telecom industry) has proven that exposure to microwave radiation – including from common wireless sources like cell phones and cell towers – can cause “Microwave Sickness” (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).  Other sources include Activity Trackers, Bluetooth, AirPods, utility “Smart” Meters, personal and home devices, wireless chargers, and Wi-Fi routers.

Got pets?  Exposure can affect them too.

Microwave Sickness is now often referred to as “EMF Sensitivity.”  A webinar was held last month and is free to watch online.

From Environmental Health Trust:

Webinar – EMF Sensitivity Symptoms, Scientific Evidence and Patient Stories

Electromagnetic Fields Exposure Associated Illness – Virtual Grand Rounds – A free 90-minute clinical webinar addressing electromagnetic sensitivity symptoms, the scientific evidence, and real patient stories.

Stephanie McCarter, MD, Internal Medicine/Environmental Medicine, Environmental Health Center Dallas

Magda Havas, PhD, Environmental Toxicologist and Professor Emerita Trent University (Canada)

Sponsored by the EMF Medical Conference 2021

Like all environmental health issues including cancer, reducing exposure seems to be the most effective way to reduce symptoms and illnesses.  High speed internet can be accessed safely by using wired connections.  Many have already made the switch.

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