Rally to raise awareness of electromagnetic hypersensitivity

Wind turbines have sensitized a number of rural folk to health problems arising from electricity generation and it’s associated infrastructure.  Reports are increasing of individuals newly diagnosed with electromagnetic hypersensitivity after wind turbines and associated infrastructure (eg- transmission lines, substations, etc) were built adjacent to their homes.

Woman’s College Hospital runs a multidisciplinary Environmental Health Clinic which is one of a kind in Ontario.  The clinic provides leading edge access to clinical care and diagnosis for people with chronic complex environmentally-linked conditions such as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Fibromyalgia (FM) and Environmental Sensitivities, including both Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (ES/MCS) and Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity.

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Queen’s Park, Toronto Ontario

Rally to Increase Awareness Regarding Electrosmog and Electromagnetic Illness

updates

Rally is being rescheduled for a later date.  Conference will proceed as planned.

 

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Woman’s College Hospital

Impacts of Wireless Technology on Health Symposium

May 31/19 ~8:00AM-4:30PM~ Women’s College Hospital, Burton Auditorium~ Toronto

Hosted by  Woman’s College Environmental Health Clinic the event  includes 13 speakers on topics ranging from IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) implications, health impacts and epidemiological evidence of EMF exposures, home assessments, legal issues, impacts on students and teachers, advocacy and next steps.

Register at: Impacts of Wireless Technology on Health

($100 registration fee)

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM_FLYER

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