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View Resource Electromagnetic Stress

Over the last few centuries our exposure to electricity has increased by a phenomenal amount. Our houses are increasingly filled with gadgetry, time saving devices, lighting, TVs and stereos. At work...

http://www.healthy-house.co.uk/allergy/electromagnetic_stres...
View Resource The Functional Impairment Electrohypersensitivity

In Sweden, electrohypersensitivity (EHS) is an officially fully recognized functional impairment (i.e., it is not regarded as a disease). Survey studies show that somewhere between 230,000?290,000 S...

http://adante.vingar.se/electrohypersensitivity1.pdf
View Resource Guidance for Doctors

Dr David Dowson is a GP and a specialist in environmental medicine in which he has conducted research and co-authored several books. He has lectured extensively and has advised the House of Commons...

http://www.detect-protect.com/k/evidence/guidancefordoctors....
View Resource Capturing Grid Power

This article by Bradford Roberts discusses making electricity grids "smarter" and modernizing them so that they can accept large amounts of renewable energy resources are fairly universally accepted...

http://smartgrid.ieee.org/publications-plug-in-hybrid-electr...
View Resource Lineworker

Video and information on skills, education, average salary, and future of those working on power lines.

http://www.getintoenergy.com/careers_lineworker.php
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