2020-11-26 Clinical guidelines re. EHS

1) In last night’s update [1) – https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2020-11-25-secret-meeting-re-rf-health-research/], I shared an article by Dr. Louis Slesin in “Microwave News” about a secret meeting by industry and government officials, organized by Health Canada and ISED, to discuss RF health research, with emphasis on “SECRET”. Dr. Leszczynsky, who knows the inner workings of WHO, ICNIRP, etc., is calling them out for working in the dark, as they prefer to do. Making decisions that affect our health and the environment’s without justification or ramification.

Secretiveness of dealings on RF and health (GLORE 2020)

“…and, of course, ICES, ICNIRP and EMF Project were there as well. It seems typical for the industry, regulators, governments, ICES, ICNIRP and EMF Project to mingle, in the absence of general public and later, to provide very scarce information, if any at all.

Those responsible for developing safety guidelines and for government/academia funded research, seem to prefer to do things in secrecy, behind the scenes, not to be “bothered” by a plethora of activists. They prefer to present their work when it is fully ready and “deal is done“.”


2) In the Nov. 23 update [1) – https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2020-11-23-the-netherlands-naked-truth-about-5g/], I shared an article that included the high RF levels emitted by airpods which are worn in the ear. A member found an Apple iPod user manual in which people are warned that iPods should be keep at least 5mm from the body. How can it be used as intended if they are not in the ear?

“During testing, iPod radios are set to their highest transmission levels and placed in positions that simulate use near the body, with 5mm separation.

Carry iPod at least 5mm away from your body to ensure exposure levels remain at or below the as-tested levels. Cases with metal parts may change the RF performance of the device, including its compliance with RF exposure guidelines, in a manner that has not been tested or certified.”


3) Dr. Riina Bray has presented a document regarding EHS, what it is, how to recognize it, and lifestyle changes that can help reduce the symptoms. She is an expert in the field and is Medical Director, Environmental Health Clinic, Women’s College Hospital in Toronto.

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Clinical Practice Guidelines in the Diagnosis and Management of Electromagnetic Field Hypersensitivity (EHS)

“Environmental health is the study of effects upon human beings of external physical/ electromagnetic, chemical and biological factors in air, water, soil, food and other environmental media which impact on the general population as well as genetic aberrations and psychosocial stressors.1 Environmental health is an evidence- and public- health-based discipline. The physical environment is a determinant of health and is interrelated with socioeconomic, social-justice and equity issues. The impact of the environment is an especially important part of our public health domain.”

Click to access Preliminary%20Clinical%20Guidelines%20%20for%20EHS.pdf




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