April 13, 2023; WORKSHOP: Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity: The State of Science

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Follow live on webstream: 👉 bit.ly/RivasiLive_EHS Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity: The State of Science an European Parliament Workshop hosted by MEP Michele Rivasi (Greens/EFA) Electromagnetic-Hyper-Sensitivity (EHS), also called Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF), is a condition defined by the attribution … Continue reading

Leszczynski reviews public health policies on EHS

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Dariusz Leszczynski‘s review article “The lack of international and national health policies to protect persons with self-declared electromagnetic hypersensitivity” has been just accepted for publication in the ‘Reviews on Environmental Health‘. The article reviews the current, very limited, evidence of … Continue reading

Brief Report from BioEM 2021 in Ghent

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Report from the BioEM 2021 Ghent, Belgium, September 26 – 30. 2021 Dariusz Leszczynski (opinions presented in this report are solely of the author) Few topics out of many… 5G now and in the future ICNIRP and IEEE-ICES safety limits … Continue reading

Extended Abstracts for the EHS Workshop at the BioEM2021 in Ghent, Belgium

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UPDATE: EHS Workshop at the BioEM2021 will take place on September 30, 2021 at 14:30 (Ghent time). ***** As I have informed in my earlier post, at the BioEM2021 will take place a workshop on EHS issue , EHS workshop … Continue reading

Influential Australia

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Electromagnetic Hyper-Sensitivity – definitions Influential Australians Exchange with ARPANSA Rodney Croft’s opinions Science & Wireless 2018, Wollongong, Australia 5.1. Adam Verrender EHS presentation 5.2. Mike Wood on 5G 1. Electromagnetic Hyper-Sensitivity Current definition of EHS, formally WHO calls it IEI-EMF, … Continue reading

Wireless communication: The influence of the ’down-under’

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Since my first RF-related visit in Australia in 2010, I have been every year coming ‘down-under’ with university lectures, lectures at the ARPANSA and lectures for the general public. I also worked as Visiting Professor in the laboratory of Prof. … Continue reading