From time to time are published new reports, reviewing scientific evidence on possible health risks of cell phone and cell-phone-like radiation. Reading them, I do not experience epiphany feeling but, often, I experience déjà vu feeling. I often have the … Continue reading
This is the next in a series of guest blogs on BRHP. The opinions expressed in it are of Eileen O’Connor herself. Publication of these opinions in BRHP does not imply that BRHP automatically agrees with or endorses these opinions. Publication … Continue reading
Youtube carries now my presentation at FELO Conference in Oslo, Norway on March 28, 2014 is now available in full, not only slides (DL presentation FELO, Oslo, March 2014) but now also audio and video. I would like to extend … Continue reading
Recent publication of the Canadian report on Safety Code 6 (RF-EMF and health) brought again to limelight the problem of electromagnetic hypersensitivity – EHS. Yet again, scientists and lay audiences were fed with the standard mantra in the Canadian report: … Continue reading
I just finished reading the 2013 SCENIHR Report and got an overwhelming feeling of the utmost desperation. Evaluation of the scientific evidence is being distorted and SCENIHR provides an aura of “legitimacy” to this distortion. SCENIHR report has over 200 … Continue reading
EMR Australia has published its first free newsletter “EMR and Health“. Among others, it contains my feature article ‘Cell phone radiation, health risk & precaution‘.
There is talk of “firewalls” between the industry funding research and the scientists executing this research. Are these firewalls providing a real independence of scientists from the funding industry or are they just for the sake of “keeping up appearances”? … Continue reading