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Hazard Finders

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The following is a list of various resources where you can research hazards in your environment. Descriptions shown below are based on information published by the organization or on their website. Please contact the organization or site to verify the accuracy or view the most up-to-date information. The list below is presented in alphabetical order. Antenna Search Locate cellular, radio, …

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Organizations

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The following is a list of various organizations around the world that provide EMF information and resources and help to electro-hypersensitive (EHS) individuals. Organization descriptions shown below are based on information published by the organization or on their website. Center for Safer Wireless – Virginia, United States The Center for Safer Wireless (formerly Mom for Safe Wireless) is a nonprofit …

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Books & Reference Related to EMF

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The following is a list of various books related to EMF, including books on the dangers of electromagnetic fields and self help guides. Book descriptions shown below are from the publisher or the back of the book. The Body Electric: Electromagnetism And The Foundation Of Life – Robert Becker, Gary Selden The Body Electric tells the fascinating story of our …

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Reports on EMF from Around the World

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Initiatives and groups around the world have been created in order to promote future research and analyze existing data on EMF and how it affects our health and our planet. The following is a list of known EMF reports from various organizations and projects around the world that present, analyze, and evaluate the various research and data available on EMF …

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EMF Quiet Zones

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In an article published in 2006, Örjan Hallberg and Gerd Oberfeld estimated that by the year 2017, 50% of the population will be electrosensitive. This estimate was extrapolated based on data collected between 1985 and 2004 that shows a steady increase in the prevalence of electrically hypersensitive (EHS) people over the years. Sufferers of EHS experience symptoms when exposed to non-ionizing …

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