Cell Phone Safety and EMF Awareness

What is EMF radiation and what steps should you be taking to protect yourself and your family from its harmful effects?

The 5 Worst Sources of EMF Exposure in Your Home

The 5 Worst Sources of EMF Exposure in Your Home

Did you know that there are sources of toxic radiation in your home? Even if you can’t see or feel this radiation, it is still present and you need to take a proactive approach to reduce Electromagnetic Radiation that is harming the…

Read More April 25, 2015
Startling Symptoms of Exposure to EMF and Wireless Technology

Startling Symptoms of Exposure to EMF and Wireless Technology

Technology has brought many modern conveniences into our lives, but is it possible that these common household items are harming your health? Seemingly common items send Electromagneic Radiation (EMR) that we can’t see, and these EMRs are increasing your risk of many…

Read More April 4, 2015
Are You Addicted to Your Cell Phone?

Are You Addicted to Your Cell Phone?

When you think of addiction, you probably picture alcohol abuse, gambling, or notorious celebrities who have been exposed in very public drug scandals. But the truth is that anything can be addictive. Some people are addicted to shopping. Some are addicted to…

Read More March 30, 2015
What Exactly Is EMF?

What Exactly Is EMF?

EMF stands for Electromagnetic Field, the field of energy that surrounds everything both living and man-made. We are all naturally surrounded by our own measurable electromagnetic fields, and everything in nature has an EMF as well. But the things we have created,…

Read More March 30, 2015

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