Tag Archives: Wi-Fi

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity: prime time South African journalism program investigates

It’s a little known medical condition but Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity is a growing health concern worldwide.  With increased exposure to WiFi, smart meters and mobile phone towers, patients report diverse symptoms of illness, which only seem to dissipate when they are … Continue reading

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Wireless-Wise Families: What every parent needs to know about wireless technologies

We love them, we depend on them, we fill our homes with them.  We put them next to our sleeping babies and give them to our toddlers and children to play with.  We use them for work, for entertainment, and … Continue reading

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Wi-Fi Refugees. Nowhere to run: Electrosensitive people try to escape wireless technology

A new documentary from Russian media company RT looks at the problems faced by people who are electrosensitive. Synopsis: Although these people are sick, their illness is difficult to diagnose, and they find it hard to convince others that it … Continue reading

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Why die for Wi-Fi? My child did…

June 11 is the anniversary of the death of Jenny Fry, a 15 year old girl whose death is attributed to the sufferings she experienced living with Wi-Fi. Jenny’s mother, Debra, writes: “She [Jenny]  was utterly exhausted; instead of receiving sympathy … Continue reading

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I Am an EMF Refugee….

I can feel Wi-Fi. And power lines. And smart phones. And electric heat. And LED lights. But, before you get too excited about my real-life “Spidey sense,” let me warn you, it does not feel good. And I didn’t always … Continue reading

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Sometimes Asking Questions Provides You With Answers That May Be Uncomfortable

Maryanne Demasi, via Huffington Post The claims that our program “should never have aired” should not sit well with the public. At best, it’s an over-reaction. At worst, it’s a form of censorship. Sometimes in science asking questions provides you … Continue reading

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Screening of ‘Desperately Seeking White Zone’, 27 February, Upwey, Victoria

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