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Electrosensitivity
Mary Redmayne & Siobhan Reddel (2021) Redefining electrosensitivity: A new literature-supported model, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, DOI: 10.1080/15368378.2021.1874971 ABSTRACT In critically examining literature on electrohypersensitivity and the reported somatic responses to anthropogenic modulated radiofrequency radiation (RFR) exposure, it becomes apparent that electrohypersensitivity is one part of a range of consequences. Current evidence on the necessity of considering patients’ overall health...
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Quite often, people who have recently joined up the dots and linked exposure to EMFs to their symptoms – in other words, people who have realised that they are ‘electrosensitive’ – try to get their heads around what has happened to them, and why. I know that I did. A dawning awareness of the harmful...
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Physicians for Safe Technology: an excellent resource website Mission statement: A world where technology serves our needs without undermining our physical, psychosocial or environmental health.   Electrosensitivity symptoms have been reported decades ago in military personnel exposed to radiofrequency radiation from radar and today in firefighters when cell towers have been placed on or adjacent...
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Electrosensitivity: “A disability that cannot be dismissed” by Hugo Jalinière, Sciences et Avenir, 27 August 2015 (translated by the Editor of “Towards Better Health”) “Sciences et Avenir” interviewed Dr. Pierre Biboulet, the medical expert appointed by the Court of Toulouse which for the first time in France accorded an adult with disabilities allowance for reasons...
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