Prevention exposes Dirty Electricity

Prevention MagazineDecember 2009. The January issue of Prevention Magazine steps up to the plate to highlight “Dirty Electricity” and the health effects that are related to electromagnetic radiation. This article features the work of Sam Milham and Lloyd Morgan at La Quinta CA, where a cancer cluster among teachers was associated with the amount of dirty electricity in their classroom. Cancer clusters are showing up elsewhere but no one is measuring dirty electricity and perhaps they should be.

In the featured article, Magda Havas’s research is discussed and finds proof that exposure to transients may elevate blood sugar levels among people with diabetes and prediabetes and that people with multiple sclerosis improve their balance and have fewer tremors after just a few days in a transient- free environment.

Her work also shows that after schools installed filters to clean up transients, two-thirds of teachers reported improvement in symptoms that had been plaguing them, including headache, dry eye, facial flushing, asthma, skin irritation, and depression. The article is catching the attention of many politicians and news media outlets. The magazine’s deputy editor was recently interviewed on the FOX News channel about this highly controversial issue. The interview is provided below.

The January issue of Prevention Magazine steps up to the plate to highlight “Dirty Electricity” and the health effects that are related to electromagnetic radiation. In the featured article, Magda Havas’s research is discussed and finds proof that exposure to transients may elevate blood sugar levels among people with diabetes and prediabetes and that people with multiple sclerosis improve their balance and have fewer tremors after just a few days in a transient- free environment.
Her work also shows that after schools installed filters to clean up transients, two-thirds of teachers reported improvement in symptoms that had been plaguing them, including headache, dry eye, facial flushing, asthma, skin irritation, and depression. The article is catching the attention of many politicians and news media outlets. The magazine’s deputy editor was recently interviewed on FOX News about this highly controversial issue. The Fox News interview is provided he

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