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“Smart Meters” Are BAD for Your Health?

“Smart Meters” Are BAD for Your Health?

| Sep 1, 2018

 A home owner in Texas pulls out a handgun and tells a smart meter installer to back away from her house. He does. A couple in British Columbia covers their already-installed smart meter with a metal hood to block its radio transmissions. The company that makes the hoods is doing a brisk business. In Maine, […]

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How Melatonin Fights Cancer

How Melatonin Fights Cancer

| Aug 19, 2018

Melatonin is critical for optimal regulation of sleep and circadian rhythm, but researchers are finding that it’s much more than just a sleep aid. It plays a complex role in the maintenance and regulation of the endocrine system, and thus offers a number of underappreciated benefits, including antioxidant activity, inflammation control, immune system support, and […]

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Is ElectroMagnetic Pollution Killing You?

Is ElectroMagnetic Pollution Killing You?

| Sep 8, 2017

By now, you’re surely aware of our planet’s pollution problem. But there’s one kind of pollution with which you may not be familiar—electromagnetic pollution.  “Electropollution” is also a direct product of our unsustainable industrial culture; technological advances have transformed nearly every inch of our lower atmosphere into a superhighway for wi-fi signals, radio waves, and […]

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