EHS research is scientifically worthless for two reasons…

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On October 14th, 2017, Finnish newspaper ‘Helsingin sanomat’, in its science pages, has published a story on the electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), with a lengthy title: “Nocebo effect explains why some people get symptoms from electromagnetic fields or wind power: in … Continue reading

Guest Blog “The Sad State of Affairs with EHS Research in Australia” by Don Maisch

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Below is the next in a series of Guest Blogs on BRHP. The opinions expressed in this Guest Blog are of Don Maisch himself. Publication of these opinions in BRHP does not imply that BRHP automatically agrees with or endorses these … Continue reading

Is ‘junk journalism’ complaining about ‘junk science’ in The Baltimore Sun?

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this post is open for comments The most efficient way to mislead an inexperienced reader is to write a story with a pinch of truth, a pinch of ambiguity and a dose of falsehoods or misrepresentations. This is the way … Continue reading

Electromagnetic Hyper-Sensitivity and Nocebo: What was first – “the chicken or the egg”?

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[this post is available in French] In ‘nocebo’ hypothesis it is being argued that people first become aware, e.g. from news and social media, of the possible health risks of EMF-emitting devices and the worries about the possible health risk … Continue reading

“Nocebo effect” proves: Available EHS research is useless for decisions-making

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[update: this blog is now also available in French] Some say that EHS (called also IEI-EMF) is caused by the EMF exposures. Some disagree entirely. In the absence of the conclusive scientific evidence to support either of the opinions, the … Continue reading