Monthly Archives: September 2014

October medical conference includes all-day workshop “Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity as an emerging illness”

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine holds the medical conference “Integrative Solutions for 21st Century Medicine” October 23-26, 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico http://www.aaemconference.com/ Up to 26.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits can be earned at the conference. The number … Continue reading

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Take Back Your Power — upcoming screenings

05 Oct – Sechelt, BC – flyer 08 Oct – West Palm Beach, FL 16 Oct – Tamatea, Napier, NZ 18 Oct – Bellevue, WA 29 Oct – Launceston, Tasmania – flyer 07 Nov – Grass Valley, CA – flyer 08 Nov … Continue reading

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Arizona: 19,000 APS customers refuse Smart Meters; state conducts health study; are Elster Smart Meters overheating and malfunctioning?

The Arizona Republic newspaper reported on August 28[i] that 19,000 customers of Arizona Public Service have refused Smart Meter installation. This is again in stark contrast to the claim that only a small minority oppose these meters. In addition, the … Continue reading

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Take Back Your Power — upcoming screenings

Here’s how and where to watch Take Back Your Power, 2014 10 Sept – Medina, WA 11 Sept – Powell River, BC, Canada 13 Sept – TV: CTP12, Denver, CO – info 13 Sept – Rangitikei, New Zealand 14 Sept … Continue reading

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Veterans and electrohypersensitivity (EHS)

Posted on Electric Forester February 25, 2013 Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan are returning home to discover that they have become Electro-HyperSensitive. When they went to war they had perhaps little or no idea that EHS would be a growing … Continue reading

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Dr. Karl Maret MD: Commentary on CCST report on Smart Meters

Dr. Karl Maret Dove Health Alliance, Aptos, CA January 30, 2011 This is a commentary on the California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) report, “Health Impacts of Radio Frequency from Smart Meters” published January 2011. I submit that the … Continue reading

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