Note: This blog was written by Jan Sinatra, an advanced practice registered nurse and wife of Dr. Stephen Sinatra.
At the top of my bedside to-be-read pile sat Wireless Radiation Rescue: Safeguarding Your Family From the Risks of Electropollution by Kelly Crofton—that is, it would have been sitting there if Dr. Sinatra had not wandered off with it again to a cozy corner of the house!
Now that I have read it, I better understand why Dr. Sinatra just couldn’t put it down.
As you know if you have been reading this blog or Dr. Sinatra’s free e-letters or his Heart, Health & Nutrition monthly newsletter, you know that Dr. Sinatra is really BIG on getting the word out to people about the dangers of wireless technologies, electro-magnetic fields (EMF), and any form of electro-pollution. He is convinced that electro-sensitivity is a legitimate condition for some people.
As the book promises, it is “a wireless wake-up call with solutions.” Now in its third edition, Wireless Radiation Rescue is embellished with the Mom’s Choice Award for the straightforward and practical way it educates readers in the safer us of:
- cell phones
- cordless phones
- hand-held PDAs
- internet access
- laptop computers
- computer screens
- baby monitors
- video gaming
- microwave ovens
- fluorescent lights
- diagnostic X-rays
- Electric/hybrid cars
Kerry Crofton holds a PhD in health psychology and authored an earlier book about her experience working with heart patients entitled The Healthy Type A: Good News for Go-Getters. But Kerry did not set out to write this new book.
Like many moms, she was just questioning the safety of some of the technology in her own home—and at the kids’ school. Each time she researched one area of concern, she found more information was needed. Then there was an action plan that needed to be followed.
Now she is transforming her quest for solutions to keep her home environment and her community safer for her children into a resource for all parents. In addition to explaining her search, Terry interviewed 23 visionaries in their fields of medicine, science, electronics, engineering, and the environment—most of them MDs and PhDs who share their expertise, their observations, and their research findings. One of them was Dr. Sinatra, who addresses how these technologies can contribute to certain heart risk factors, including disturbed heart rate variability and provocation of cardiac arrhythmias.
So, if you want a page turner that will also inform you about invisible health risks you should know about—as well as simple, straightforward solutions that anyone can initiate—this book is a must read for you! Because what you can’t see CAN hurt you—and more emphatically, your kids.
To make our own family more aware, Dr. Sinatra bought a copy for each of the homes of each of our six children. And we hope they share them with their friends! To order your copy, visit www.radiationrescue.org.
As a side note: Dr. Crofton practices in the Vancouver, Canada area and refers people to our son, Dr. Drew Sinatra, who is practicing naturopathic medicine and acupuncture in White Rock, British Columbia (Canada), not too far from Seattle, Washington. If you are in the area, you can schedule an appointment with the OTHER Dr. Sinatra.