Betty McLeod, who said suffers from electro- and chemical sensitivity, has installed a sign on her electricity meter near the entrance to her Carriage Hill ...
Southern California Edison moving ahead with smart meter rollout
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The EMF Safety Network in Sebastopol says radiation from wireless electricity and gas meters could be harmful to people's health. ...
Education, awareness best solution in avoiding electrical hypersensitivity
First Do No Harm
Wisconsin Utilities Bullying Customers Over Smart Meters
The age-old adage 'First Do No Harm' should be the tempering goal of not only medicine, but government and industry, especially when they team up to deploy new technologies, set policies and serve the people.
This blog exists to reveal and analyze areas in which these powerful groups are failing to "first do no harm."
EMR Warnings from 1999
Still, what's known so far is suggestive enough that in 1997, more than 40 researchers and faculty members at the Harvard School of Public Health, and others at the BU School of Public Health, signed a petition asking that state officials block Sprint from activating a PCS network pending "a full review and determination of its safety by the scientific community."
"It is just stupid to disperse microwaves upon the population from a public-health perspective," says Susan Clarke, an anti-EMF activist from Concord who organized the petition drive. "How much do we value healthy brain functioning in our society? How much do we value freedom from cancer?"
Informant: Martin Weatherall