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18th October 2018 Prof. Paul Héroux is Professor of Toxicology and Health Effects of Electromagnetism at the McGill University. Faculty of Medicine (Department of Surgery, McGill University Health Center and InVitroPlus Laboratory). His area of expertise: General toxicology, in vitro toxicology of metals. Health effects of electricity and electromagnetic fields. His department website: http://www.invitroplus.mcgill.ca/  Available...
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Matt Maruca is a student, entrepreneur, and teacher of optimal human health, and the Founder of Ra Optics, his first company to share information and create products that teach people to build health in the modern world. Ra Optics is focused specifically on Blue Light Blocking Glasses to protect our sleep/wake cycle, melatonin, repair quality,...
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Adv. Carlo Viljoen is an advocate with the Independent Bar. He is independent for a reason. He does not like bullies and he is a practical learned specialist in the law. His unique skills were develop through years of not being able to attend formal training like the majority of his co-workers in the legal...
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In this episode : The famous Karl Muller v / Nokia ruling, featured in http://jameslech.co.za/2018/07/09/ep-5-superdads-karl-muller-the-groundbreaking-advertising-standards-authority-ruling/ We also discuss the need to be wary of weighted studies (industry funded studies) and how the ASA is no stranger to stopping them in their path in being used to promote advertisements. Additionally, we chat about the roll-out of...
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13th August 2018 Dr Pierre van der Merwe is a practising neurologist at Netcare Blaauwberg Hospital, Cape Town. Office tel: (021) 554-3032. He also functions as a Neuropsychiatrist after completing his Med Psychiatry. However, after his own personal health failure and dedication to his Hippocratic oath, he made strong changes within his own personal life....
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Prof. David O. Carpenter is a public health physician who serves as director of the Institute for Health and the Environment, a Collaborating Center of the World Health Organization, as well as a professor of environmental health sciences at UAlbany’s School of Public Health. He previously served as Director of the Wadsworth Center of the...
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30th July 2018 Prof. Frank Barnes is a distinguished professor at the University of Colorado Boulder. He received his B.S. from Princeton University in electrical engineering in 1954, his M.S. Engineer and Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1955, 1956, and 1958. He joined the University of Colorado in 1959. He was appointed a Distinguished Professor...
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Bob Willard is a leading expert on quantifying the business value of sustainability strategies. He has given over a thousand presentations, has authored six books, and provides extensive resources for sustainability champions. He is an award-winning certified B Corp, a Certified Sustainability Professional, and has a PhD in sustainability from the University of Toronto. His...
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Continuing with our previous show, radio-frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) are a big concern for residents and parents in South Africa. Especially with there being no regulation or monitoring on their radiation emissions, transmitters being illegally erected and public participation bypassed or steamrolled. Part of my thesis (available on jameslech.co.za) was the legislative qualification of a public...
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Podcast https://www.commonwealthclub.org/events/archive/podcast/reinventing-wires-future-landlines-an The report “Re-Inventing Wires: The Future of Landlines and Networks” can be found here. It explains that we do not have to be dependent on wireless to meet our needs. Credit to The EMR Network for this post.  
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