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Family with young children forced to live in the cold and without power for refusing a LADWP Smart Meter
LOS ANGELES- Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) has terminated electricity to the family of a middle school teacher, her husband, and their six children for refusing to have a smart meter on their home, which they say … Continue reading
The following is a letter sent to the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) from Martha R. Herbert, PhD, MD regarding wireless installations in LA schools. TO: Los Angeles Unified School District FROM: Martha R Herbert, PhD, MD RE: Wireless … Continue reading
Anna Maurer is ten years old. She lives in Sebastopol California. The City of Sebastopol has asked PG&E for a moratorium on Smart Meters twice. Recently PG&E began installing Smart Meters in Sebastopol near Anna’s neighborhood and school, despite the … Continue reading
Posted by Dr. Louis Slesin: De-Kun Li, an epidemiologist at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, California, has a new paper out showing that EMF exposures in the womb are linked to an increased risk of childhood obesity. “Maternal exposure to high … Continue reading
Maternal Exposure to Magnetic Fields During Pregnancy in Relation to the Risk of Asthma in Offspring De-Kun Li, MD, PhD; Hong Chen, MPH; Roxana Odouli, MSPH Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. Published online August 1, 2011. doi:10.1001/archpediatrics.2011.135 Objective To determine whether … Continue reading