EMFs aren’t dangerous, right? If electricity was bad for you everyone would know about it?
What about everyday appliances (things that emit EMFs)? Mobile phones, cordless phones, cell towers, ‘smart meters’, WI-FI, wireless laptops, wireless routers, baby monitors and the electricity running through the wires in your home?
According to one eminent researcher:
“There is a high likelihood that most of the twentieth century “diseases of civilization”, including cardiovascular disease, malignant neoplasms (cancer), diabetes, and suicide, are not caused by lifestyle alone, but by certain physical aspects of electricity itself.” This is a bold statement for anyone to make, especially when it comes from one of America’s most noted epidemiologists** of the last 50 years, it does get you thinking. Nah, pass me another Brawndo juice so I can get my electrolytes…
**Dr. Samuel Milham is a world-leading physician-epidemiologist specializing in public health. He has more than one hundred scientific publications, many dealing with the health effects of electricity. In 1997, Dr. Milham was awarded the Ramazzini prize for his pioneering work in describing the occupational cancer risks of electromagnetic fields.