What is your own risk for exposure to EMFs? One way to find
out is to use a gaussmeter (a gauge for measuring EMFs) to
determine your exact exposures in your home and work environment.
By making the invisible fields visible to you with a gaussmeter,
you can correct any problems that you may find and feel at peace
that your overall exposure is within safe limits.
For a complete and free list of electromagnetic field and radiation
meters, visit the Web site of “Microwave News.” “Microwave
News” is the preeminent publication in the field. “Fortune
Magazine” calls it “…The most authoritative journal on
electromagnetic fields and health,” and “Time” notes that it
is “Meticulously researched and thoroughly documented.” While
at the site you can sign up for free e-mail updates, and
download the May issue that includes a report about EMFs and
miscarriages, for free.
Visit Microwave News.
Another excellent resource, especially if you want EMFs tested
professionally, is the National Electromagnetic Field Technicians
Association (NEFTA). NEFTA is the only international public service
registry of independent professionals involved in electromagnetic
field (EMF) testing, consulting, mitigation and research, with
members across the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii,
Puerto Rico and Canada. As a public service NEFTA identifies
and lists capable independent EMF professionals.
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