Mitch, thanks for the article. I also doubt electromagnetic fields are safe.
My experience finds electromagnetic fields from electric blankets hazardous.
Here in NYC, I enthusiastically bought an electric blanket. When using the
blanket I would become depressed. I didn't want to believe the blanket was
causative, but after many more tests, I tossed out the blanket.
Here are references to studies finding DNA damage from LOW-LEVEL
On Mon, 21 Jun 2010 23:40:28 -0400, Mitchel Cohen
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>There's an insect repellent called Rid-Ex that works by sending an
>electro-magnetic current through your walls. You just plug it in.
>They claim it is harmless, but I seriously doubt that. Anyway, here's
>an article by Mike Adams on Diabetes Type 3 and electromagnetic radiation.
>(NaturalNews) Most people are familiar with type-1 diabetes and
>type-2 diabetes, but did you know researchers have discovered a third
>type of diabetes? Type-3 diabetes, as they are calling it, affects
>people who are extra sensitive to electrical devices that emit
>Type-3 diabetics actually experience spikes in blood sugar and an
>increased heart rate when exposed to electrical pollution
>("electropollution") from things like computers, televisions,
>cordless and mobile phones, and even compact fluorescent light bulbs.