EHS: California Appellate Court holds that Wi-Fi sickness is a disability

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…updated on February 26, 2021… The case of EHS (Wi-Fi sickness) in California is of importance and of interest to a broader readership. It is a very good news for all EHS persons but… will be seen what will happen … Continue reading

EHS or not EHS: What about are studies by Belpomme and his team?

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Since some readers are wondering… before writing this blog I contacted French team… no response… Deployment of the 5G is unlike earlier generations of wireless technology. The base stations for the 5G will be very densely located, in close proximity … Continue reading

EHS debate on BRHP: Steve Weller commentaries on sensitivity research

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Steve Weller of ORSAA, Australia, has provided two long and insightful comments concerning to-date and the further perspectives for research on EHS. ******************************** Steve Weller on EHS (there is some repetition in both commentaries) Commentary #1 (May 19, 2020) Hi … Continue reading

EHS debate on BRHP: Graham Lamburn on provocation studies

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Graham Lamburn, Technical Manager at Powerwatch UK, provided an interesting comment on the usefulness and validity of data obtained in psychology provocation studies. *********************************** Graham Lamburn on psychology provocation studies This has always been one of the trickiest aspects to … Continue reading

EHS debate on BRHP: Denis Henshaw responds to Martin Röösli

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Last night I received message from Denis L. Henshaw, with a response to Martin Röösli. ********************************** The opinion of Denis L. Henshaw (includes three illustrative slides in pdf format) One form of EHS which must surely be as old as … Continue reading

Leszczynski interviewed for Polish Instytut Spraw Obywatelskich

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Yesterday, on May 19, 2020, Instytut Spraw Obywatelskich in Poland has published interview I have given few months ago, before the coronavirus pandemic, titled ‘Może powodować raka mózgu‘ (May cause brain cancer). The interview is in Polish (use Google Translator). … Continue reading

Martin Röösli of ICNIRP: Brief comments on EHS

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Yesterday, I have published a very brief blog post about my opinions presented in twitter-discussion on EHS with Martin Röösli and Frank de Vocht. Today, Martin Röösli has submitted comment that I consider as very significant input into the EHS-debate. … Continue reading