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Electrical Sensitivity News

Showing results 81 - 117 of 117 for the category: Electrical Sensitivity News.

  • Worried about Smart Meters? Worried about Smart Meters?
    If you are electrically sensitive or have other health concerns, what can you do to prevent the installation of a Smart Meter at your home?
  • Safer housing checklists now on MCSsafehomes.com Safer housing checklists now on MCSsafehomes.com
    MCSsafehomes.com has just published several comprehensive checklists to help guide both chemically sensitive househunters and homeowners looking to rent or sell to chemically sensitive clients.
  • The MCS Survivalist Guide: Tent Living ~ Parts 2 & 3 The MCS Survivalist Guide: Tent Living ~ Parts 2 & 3
    by Lisa Pausmann | Parts 2 & 3 of this helpful guide to outdoor living when you have severe chemical and electrical sensitivities.
  • All charges against Dr. William J. Rea dismissed All charges against Dr. William J. Rea dismissed
    All charges against Dr. William J. Rea by the Texas Medical Board have been dismissed after years of courtroom proceedings and high legal fees.
  • The MCS Survivalist Guide: Tent Living ~ Part 1 The MCS Survivalist Guide: Tent Living ~ Part 1
    by Lisa Pausmann | Hundreds of people with severe chemical sensitivities will be homeless this year and many turn to camping for shelter. This guide is for those with MCS and little outdoor experience.
  • New from re|shelter: Shelter Angels Network (SAN) beta New from re|shelter: Shelter Angels Network (SAN) beta
    A free blogging service to help those in housing crisis due to disabling environmental intolerances appeal to their personal community for critical fundraising in the absence of other resources.
  • Swiss teamwork creates non-toxic apartments Swiss teamwork creates non-toxic apartments
    Fifteen apartments built for people with chemical sensitivities are scheduled to be completed near Zurich, Switzerland in 2013.
  • Texas Medical Board settles complaint against Dr. Rea Texas Medical Board settles complaint against Dr. Rea
    Great news for supporters of William J. Rea, M.D., director of the Environmental Health Center-Dallas and Planet Thrive columnist!
  • Fiscal Support for HUD Housing Fiscal Support for HUD Housing
    Help save people at risk of homelessness who are currently receiving Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers. Make a phone call before Thursday, July 1st in support of funding for this program.
  • Help end the Smart Meter madness Help end the Smart Meter madness
    If you haven't heard, electric companies around the country are planning to install wireless "smart meters" in our backyards and we cannot currently opt-out of this program, even for health reasons.
  • First case against William J. Rea, M.D. dismissed; more to go First case against William J. Rea, M.D. dismissed; more to go
    Help defend Dr. Rea's world renowned practice in Environmental Medicine against the accusations of the Texas Medical Board.
  • Beyond Sustainability: Building for Health Beyond Sustainability: Building for Health
    A new conversation: What are intentional communities willing to do in order to accommodate those with chemical, electrical, and other environmental sensitivities?
  • Julie Genser and Julie Laffin talk about re|shelter, their new non-profit Julie Genser and Julie Laffin talk about re|shelter, their new non-profit
    Liz Smentowski and Scott Killingsworth talk to Julie Genser and Julie Laffin, the co-founders of re|shelter, to find out more about the non-profit's origins and future goals.
  • New non-profit to address MCS housing crisis New non-profit to address MCS housing crisis
    Re|shelter is a new non-profit organization forming to address the urgent need for housing alternatives for people with environmental intolerances.
  • May is MCS Awareness Month May is MCS Awareness Month
    Take time during the month of May to self educate yourself about the condition known as chemical sensitivity, or environmental intolerance.
  • How to read if printing inks and papers make you sick How to read if printing inks and papers make you sick
    Some options for book lovers who are reactive to printed reading materials.
  • Non-toxic spec homes Non-toxic spec homes
    Joy Beach Thomas builds environmentally safer homes made from less toxic building materials, and then sells them to people with environmental sensitivities.
  • TV/computer boxes for the chemically and electrically sensitive TV/computer boxes for the chemically and electrically sensitive
    Some of my environmentally sensitive friends have adapted various ways that make viewing TV and using computers tolerable.
  • $50K for MCS housing projects - VOTE TODAY! $50K for MCS housing projects – VOTE TODAY!
    Get your vote in today for James Van Raden's entry in the Pepsi Refresh Challenge for affordable MCS housing!
  • Annie Hopper meets with neuroplasticity author Norman Doidge, MD Annie Hopper meets with neuroplasticity author Norman Doidge, MD
    The creator of the Dynamic Neural Retraining System™ talks face-to-face with the author of The Brain That Changes Itself about chemical intolerance and the promise of a brain plasticity treatment approach.
  • Bene's Battle Is Not Yet Over Bene’s Battle Is Not Yet Over
    Bene Barrymore, a senior who should be enjoying a comfortable retirement, is instead appealing to her community to help her repair her car so she can seek safe shelter before pesticide spraying season starts.
  • Full Signal Full Signal
    A new hour-long documentary explores the emerging global effects of cellular technology and the link between finance and health.
  • Interview with Laurie Tümer, MCS Landlord Interview with Laurie Tümer, MCS Landlord
    The owner of Eco-Casitas for Traveling Canaries in Espanola, New Mexico shares tips for running your own MCS guest house.
  • Call for submissions: Scarsongs Call for submissions: Scarsongs
    Submit your writing and art for an anthology articulating the terrain of trauma and resilience - a collaboration of the Icarus Project, the Bay Area Radical Mental Health Collective, and Activist Trauma Support.
  • New on PT: Site Map New on PT: Site Map
    Planet Thrive has added a site map that lists all the sections of the site in "outline" form in order to help visitors navigate around the comprehensive website.
  • Unravelling the Mystery of Autism Unravelling the Mystery of Autism
    E Magazine's cover story this month connects environmental toxicity with autism -- shining light on the link between children with autism and adults with environmental illness.
  • Hope for MCS/EI housing communities? Hope for MCS/EI housing communities?
    A general contractor/developer from Fargo, North Dakota appeared on Facebook.com last week to announce his interest in tackling the housing crisis of the chemically sensitive.
  • Chicken wire blocks WiFi signals Chicken wire blocks WiFi signals
    Homes built in San Francisco prior to the 1950's often contain wood stapled with chicken wire underneath plaster, creating a "Faraday cage" effect that is frustrating landlords and tenants alike.
  • A Few Select Safer Condos in Dallas Being Offered for Sale A Few Select Safer Condos in Dallas Being Offered for Sale
    As of December 1, 2009, a few select Regina Caeli Environmental Condos in Dallas are being offered for sale at $105,000. Buyers may be eligible for the Homebuyers Tax Credits, available until April 30, 2010.
  • 12 Ways to Stay Warm this Winter with Severe MCS/ES 12 Ways to Stay Warm this Winter with Severe MCS/ES
    For those with severe chemical and electrical sensitivities, staying warm through a cold winter can be quite challenging. Here are 12 tips for conserving body heat and surviving the coming winter season.
  • MCS Brain Retraining: Medical Scam or Breakthrough? MCS Brain Retraining: Medical Scam or Breakthrough?
    MCS America’s article “Preying on the Desperate: Miracle Cures Hold False Promise” by Lourdes Salvador and Linda Sepp is full of disinformation.
  • Dr. Mercola's New EMF Site Dr. Mercola’s New EMF Site
    Dr. Mercola's popular health website now has a section devoted to solely to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and functions as a stand-alone site: EMF.mercola.com.
  • Ashok Gupta Interview Ashok Gupta Interview
    Planet Thrive founder Julie Genser interviews Ashok Gupta to get a more in-depth view into the Amygdala Retraining™ Program for CFS/ME and related disorders.
  • Rewiring the Chemically Sensitive Brain Rewiring the Chemically Sensitive Brain
    Annie Hopper's Dynamic Neural Retraining System offers new hope to those with severe chemical and electrical sensitivities, fibromyalgia, and related conditions
  • The Ovenless Kitchen The Ovenless Kitchen
    Many with environmental illness will eventually find that cooking with a standard gas oven makes them very ill. Julie Genser has surveyed those with both severe chemical and electrical sensitivities in her community and presents an array of available options for the "ovenless kitchen."
  • In search of a non-toxic home In search of a non-toxic home
    July 24, 2009 LA Times health feature and photo essay on Kathy Hemenway and her non-toxic house in Snowflake, Arizona.
  • New healthier housing site: MCSsafehomes.com New healthier housing site: MCSsafehomes.com
    Planet Thrive's new free service for safer housing & trailer listings.