EMF LINKS OF INTEREST
Really excellent website on EMF's and Electrical HyperSensitivity:
Excellent, easily understandable book: "Tracing EMF's in Building Wiring and Grounding" by Karl Riley.
For an expert opinion on EMF protection devices, see Louis Slesin's link given in his message below:
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promises to protect you from EMFs of
one type or another?
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tells you about the wonders of
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Even if you already know better, take
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Source for professional EMF SHIELD ROOMS: http://www.ramayes.com/Shield_Rooms.htm
Sometimes available used: http://www.ramayes.com/Used_Test_Equipment_for_Sale.htm
They also have shielding tents: http://www.ramayes.com/EMI_Shielded_Tent_Index.htm
Eric Evans, the owner, is a very knowledgable physicist, is familiar with electrical sensitivities, and is compassionate. His phone (in Colorado) is 1-800-742-9447.
Good sites for info on effects of EMF on health:
For cell phone tips and cell phone selection guide, go to:
To locate cell phone towers in your area:
Sites for info on electrical sensitivity (except I do not agree with their opinion that it is dangerous to be near metal (I think metal bedsprings, etc. are usually fine) and on their use of metallized fabrics (of very little help, I think):
Publication of research showing skin changes in ES persons:
Info on electrical hypersensitivity:
Electrical sensitivity as an emerging illness:
Practical info for coping with chemical and electrical sensitivities:
General EMF information (including do-it-yourself computer modifications, usually not a 100% solution)
"Computers for the Electrically Sensitive" (do-it-yourself, and usually not a 100% solution)
"MCS acquires ES"
"Low Emission Computers" (do-it-yourself, and usually not a 100% solution)
Microwave News covers the health and safety issues related to exposure to electromagnetic radiation.
"The EMF Safety SuperStore" : gauss and RF meters, shielding materials.