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View Resource Living with Electrohypersensitivity: A Survival Guide

Human beings are bioelectrical systems. Our hearts and brains are regulated by internal bioelectrical signals. Environmental exposures to artificial EMFs can interact with fundamental biological...

http://www.es-uk.info/docs/20080403_lving_with_ehs.pdf
View Resource Are You Hyper-Sensitive to Electricity?

The electricity we use in modern society is artificially generated at power stations. Leaving the station at high voltages, it is then progressively 'stepped down' by means of transformers to...

http://www.emrsafety.8m.net/newbook.htm
View Resource Guidance for Doctors

Dr David Dowson is a GP and a specialist in environmental medicine in which he has conducted research and co-authored several books. He has lectured extensively and has advised the House of Commons...

http://www.detect-protect.com/k/evidence/guidancefordoctors....
View Resource The Functional Impairment Electrohypersensitivity

In Sweden, electrohypersensitivity (EHS) is an officially fully recognized functional impairment (i.e., it is not regarded as a disease). Survey studies show that somewhere between 230,000?290,000 S...

http://adante.vingar.se/electrohypersensitivity1.pdf
View Resource Guitar Pickups and Electromagnetism

A guitar pickup is a device that acts as a transducer (a device that receives a signal in the form of one type of energy and converts it to a signal in another form) that captures mechanical...

http://www.thefutureschannel.com/movies/art_music_movies.php
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