Tag Archives: EMS

New: Electromagnetic Sensitivity page with chapter on Symptoms

Recent additions to this website are a page on Electromagnetic Sensitivity (EMS) and a chapter on Symptoms. Electromagnetic sensitivity is when a person experiences adverse health effects when using, or in proximity to, RF-EMF emitting devices and equipment – Smart … Continue reading

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Are Smart Meters and wireless tech making you sick?

Some of the new-onset health problems reported following Smart Meter or wireless technology installation and use are : tinnitus; hearing ringing, humming, clicking, or buzzing headaches or migraines rapid heartbeat, missed beats, or other heart problems nausea or vomiting insomnia, sleep disturbances … Continue reading

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Short video on electromagnetic sensitivity (EMS)

Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) is a commonly used term for Electromagnetic Sensitivity (EMS) 4:07 It’s time to EMF off! A short video by Lewis Evans (https://lewisevans.net and https://cogenicamedia.com) explaining how electro-sensitivity, or EHS, is a biologically correct response to an environmental pollutant.

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California legislature recognizes people with electromagnetic sensitivities as disabled

Since May, the California Legislature has provided ADA accommodation for people disabled by electromagnetic sensitivities (EMS). This is the first California legislative session to acknowledge EMS and to arrange accommodation and access for the EMF-disabled so that they can participate … Continue reading

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California Senate Bill 649 and “small cell” tower hazards; why are union leaders and utility companies silent?

IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers), other related unions, and utility companies should raise the alarm over Senate Bill 649. This California bill radically changes the working environment for electrical utility workers, creating significant hazards. SB 649 allows utility poles, … Continue reading

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Federal agency advocates for the EMF-disabled and reducing electromagnetic fields in buildings — the 2005 U.S. National Institute of Building Sciences Indoor Environmental Quality report

After acknowledging electromagnetic sensitivity (EMS) in 2002, the U.S. Access Board contracted with the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) to develop an Indoor Environmental Quality project, the first step in the Access Board’s “action plan to reduce the level … Continue reading

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U.S. Access Board recognized electromagnetic sensitivity as real and a potential disability in 2002

“Advancing full access and inclusion for all” In 2002, the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, also known as the United States Access Board, issued new accessibility guidelines for recreation facilities covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). “The … Continue reading

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