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1) An excellent video from South Africa about the increase in number of people suffering EHS due to the proliferation of wireless devices. The doctor interviewed in the film says that EHS is recognized as a medical condition, that there is a code for it in the ICD-10 (International Classification of Diseases). I was able to find one for “ radio wave sickness and electromagnetic hypersensitivity but it is unclear if this is a formal recognition of EHS for medical treatment.
I will do some more digging. If anyone has knowledge of these codes or finds more, please share.
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Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity by carte blanche – February 26, 2018:
or https://tinyurl.com/yaluu69d (8 minutes)
Constructing an EMF Radiation Hygeia Framework and Model to Demonstrate a Public Interest Override by James Chrystopher Lech – December 2017:
EMF SA – http://www.emfsa.co.za/
2) Attached [https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/NDP-Update-February-2018.pdf] is a copy of an update sent by the NDP to homes in my area. Notice not one word about Site C. Are they afraid to remind people about this horrible continuation of a Liberal position? We won’t forget, just as we cannot forget about their recanting their opposition to the Smeter Program and to the opt-out fees. Most likely, every home in BC got a similar flyer. Did any mention Site C or is it against NDP policy now to even mention it?
3) Good recuperative sleep is necessary to ward off the harm and the exposures done to our bodies while awake. Exposure to EMR/EMF has been shown to reduce melatonin which is a hormone needed for this good sound sleep. This article about the need for sleep recommends no technology in the bedroom. Better yet, no electricity in the bedroom. If possible, shut it off at the circuit box.
“Culpin’s tips for ensuring good sleep include avoiding heavy or spicy food for two to three hours before bedtime, using blackout blinds to make your bedroom darker or an eyemask, avoiding naps after 5pm and establishing a regular wind-down routine, including going to bed at roughly the same time every night, including at weekends, and having no technology in the bedroom.”
4) A review of cancers in the military for those exposed to radar and communications equipment resulted in a call for microwave radiation to be re-classified as a human carcinogen.
Radio frequency radiation-related cancer: assessing causation in the occupational/military setting
“We reexamine whether radio frequency radiation (RFR) in the occupational and military settings is a human carcinogen.
We extended an analysis of an already-reported case series of patients with cancer previously exposed to whole-body prolonged RFR, mainly from communication equipment and radar. We focused on hematolymphatic (HL) cancers. We used analysis by percentage frequency (PF) of a cancer type, which is the proportion of a specific cancer type relative to the total number of cancer cases. We also examined and analyzed the published data on three other cohort studies from similar military settings from different countries…
Overall, the epidemiological studies on excess risk for HL and other cancers together with brain tumors in cellphone users and experimental studies on RFR and carcinogenicity make a coherent case for a cause-effect relationship and classifying RFR exposure as a human carcinogen (IARC group 1).”
5) Below is an email from someone who reacted to a new Telus modem that was installed along with the “fibre optic system”. Of course my advice is to get hardwired. If internet access is needed in multiple rooms, then getting a wired homeplug will eliminate the need for Wi-Fi.
An excellent letter by one of our members:
SSent: February 26, 2018
Subject: 5G Wi-Fi
I live in Mission BC, we were having problems with our internet connection, so we had Telus hook up the new fibre optic system into the suite. Thought you would be interested in what happened:
the contractor installed a 5 gigahertz Wi-Fi transmitter to send the signal across the room and so my roommate would be able to access data without running up her phone bill. Within 1/2 an hour, I noticed I was getting an intense headache, so bad I could barely think and realized it must be coming from the new Wi-Fi, so I disconnected it and within 1/2 an hour the headache was almost gone. I called the contractor and asked him to bring the old transmitter back, which he did the next day.
In discussing the situation with him, he told me that the old transmitter operates at 4.5GHz, which I don’t really notice; also that the 5GHz trans. signal doesn’t travel as far as the 4.5GHz signal and that the 5GHz trans. can handle faster data transmission. The thing that caught my attention was that the signal coming through the new fibre optics is only as fast as the speed rating on the old Wi-Fi trans., so installing a faster Wi-Fi trans. is of no use or benefit whatsoever!
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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