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The Hidden Marginalization of Persons With Environmental Sensitivities To cite this article: Gibson Pamela Reed. Ecopsychology. June 2016, 8(2): 131-137. doi:10.1089/eco.2016.0003. Published in Volume: 8 Issue 2: June 27, 2016 http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10.1089/eco.2016.0003 ABSTRACT This paper constructs persons with environmental sensitivities as comprising a hidden, marginalized group in technological culture that is paying a large price for...
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Creative Housing Solutions To Support MCS/EHS Populations: By Patricia Burke Heart warming stories of college students receiving free housing in exchange for living in a nursing home, and nursery schools installed in nursing homes, demonstrate the creative potential for human collaboration through co-housing, particularly for more vulnerable populations. An invisible crisis of survival is facing...
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Summary of Meeting of ECERI Delegation with WHO on Electromagnetic Fields, 3 March 2017 ECERI Newsletter no.5, March 2017 (European Cancer and Environment Research Institute) http://www.eceri-institute.org/ EDITO The meeting with WHO’s representatives and a delegation from the ECERI this month stands as a major turning point for our Institute. This opens a new opportunity for...
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Triggering Agents of Electromagnetic Sensitivity, a presentation and Q&A by Dr. William Rea, M.D.. Dr. Rea presented his compelling evidence and recommendations for a healthier world at Creating Safe Havens in a Toxic, Electromagnetic World, a conference hosted by the International Institute for Building-Biology & Ecology.
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27 November 2016 Professor Dominique Belpomme: “Electrosensitivity is Not a Psychiatric Illness” We have had another request for translation of an interview on electrohypersensitivity with Professor Dominique Belpomme. Link to full text of study, “Reliable disease biomarkers characterizing and identifying electrohypersensitivity and multiple chemical sensitivity as two etiopathogenic aspects of a unique pathological disorder.” Prof....
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