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Medical, Disabilities And Discrimination Claims Can Be Filed Against States PUCs And Utilities

July 20, 2017 By Catherine J. Frompovich According to Electrosmog Prevention, “Accommodations may be requested of the PUC or application for subordinate disabilities or medical conditions [regarding EMFs/RFs deviation from AMI Smart Meters]. A taste censure may be filed if accommodations aren’t met.” [1] Furthermore, Each state and internal gov’t, …

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“Smart” Toothbrushes Are Equipped With Interactive Wireless Displays—Radio Transmitters

July 21, 2017 By Catherine J. Frompovich Do you brush your teeth with a ‘smart’ toothbrush? Did you know there are ‘smart’ toothbrushes? According to the package information that comes with the Oral-B Triaction/Precision 5000/5500, it contains an “interactive wireless display,” i.e., a radio conductor that puts out electromagnetic frequencies.  …

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Does “Consensus Science” Deny EMF Cancer Risks; Why Don’t Government Agencies Challenge Vested Interests?

July 23, 2017 By Catherine J. Frompovich This is not any easy piece for me to write given we know from researching electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) and radiofrequencies (RFs) systematic literature, the repairs that can be finished to human health. Recently, Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) was diagnosed with a virulent brain …

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The Dangers of Cell Phones; There’s A Report

July 27, 2017 By Catherine J. Frompovich What would you consider if we told you there is deliberate, bureaucratic termination of critical health reports and information?   One routinely would consider sovereign and city/county/state health agencies would be tortuous over retrograde to bring significant health and precautionary information to the open …

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GOP Lawmakers Block Popular Bill To Allow Medical Marijuana For Veterans

July 27, 2017 By Aaron Kesel Yesterday, Republican lawmakers blocked a bipartisan offer designed to concede Veterans Affairs doctors to suggest medical pot as a surrogate to big pharma’s opioids where the drug is authorised for veterans. The House Committee stopped the “Veterans Equal Access” amendment from moving to discuss …

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