"Resonance-Beings of Frequency" explains, in just under 90 minutes, the discovery of the Schumann frequency, its background and its significance for man and nature in a very detailed and unusually easy-to-understand way.
A recent study by the University of Haifa has confirmed what has been suspected for a long time by physicians: electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones can damage male fertility.
In recent years, numerous studies have been published that demonstrate the carcinogenic potential of mobile communication radiation. Unfortunately, more often than not, there is too little insight by politics.
Smart meters are praised by the energy companies as the new, intelligent and "green alternative". However, energy conglomerates and authorities are hardly reporting on the high radiation exposure emanating from the smart meter.
For the first time, in the UK, we are going to be exhibiting at the Allergy and Free From show in Liverpool. When: On the 5th and 6th November Where: in the Exhibition Centre Liverpool - Stand D34
Modern medicine and research puzzle over the increase in autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis. What is seemingly completely ignored is the ever increasing exposure to mobile phone radiation, this could play an important role.
A Smartphone free day is inconceivable for many of us. According to a study by the University of Bonn people interrupt their daily activities roughly every 18 minutes in order to check their phone. They do this up to 53 times a day!
This is finally a breakthrough for all EHS sufferers! The very popular BBC show "Holby City" is a hospital based TV Show, watched by over 4 million people every episode. On series 18 episode 43 "Back in the Ring", which aired on the 2nd August 2016 at 8pm on BBC One, the problem of the [...]
There are countless studies, opinions and research on the dangers of mobile phone radiation. Yet, it is still underestimated by most people. One of the most touching reports is found in the case of the priest and mobile phone victim, Carsten Häublein.