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Title: EMFs linked to MASSIVE decline in global health .
Post by: sr john on August 06, 2019, 08:27:34 PM
July 30, 2019 .
 
(Natural News) The topic of electromagnetic   field (EMF) dangers has been the subject of great debate over the years, but never has it seemed more pressing than now, as we face the transition into high-tech 5 G technology. With smart home devices and utility meters becoming part and parcel of our daily lives, the potential for harm is significant  and EMF's have already been linked to a massive decline in global health .

First, many people will argue that the sun naturally emits some EMF's, but our exposure to artificial EMF's has reached unprecedented heights. Low-frequency EMF radiation, which encompasses that given off by smart meters, cell phones, Bluetooth, power lines, MRI's, and microwaves, has been listed as a class 2 B probable carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer right alongside indisputable dangers like lead and DDT .

It's  not just cancer that we need to worry about however, as people can experience a host of unpleasant symptoms after prolonged exposure. It's  more than a coincidence that so many people experience these problems just as technology takes over our lives .

In fact, 27 percent of American children are now said to live with chronic health conditions that impact their daily activities, while 60 percent of adults have at least one chronic condition and 42 percent experience multiple chronic conditions .

The health problems that people can experience from this exposure have even been given a name, electromagnetic hypersensitivity. Its symptoms can include vertigo, fatigue, sleep problems, depression, dizziness, trouble concentrating, anxiety, mood swings, mental decline, irritability, involuntary twitching, and slower healing from infections .

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-07-30-emfs-linked-to-massive-decline-in-global-health.html .