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Why an “Unplugged” Vacation Can Benefit Your Heart Health

Learn how disconnecting from technology can benefit the mind and body, and especially contribute to heart health. This summer we found ourselves planning a visit to the west coast of Canada to see friends and family, followed by a speaking engagement in Montreal. As my wife Jan and I laid out the…

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San Francisco To Pass Cell Phone Law

…our family and friends are now feeding back to us breaking stories that they read elsewhere about the dangers of radiation, cell phone technologies, WiFi, and so on. (For those of you who might have missed them, you can check out blogs from December 2009 to start catching up.) Over the past few weeks…

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On the Road from Canada: Dangers of Electropollution

TORONTO, CANADA—I wanted to share some important information that I just presented at The Toronto Health Expo. I was there as a presenter for an all-day seminar to inform the public on the hazards electro-pollution as part of a newly-formed coalition called Doctors for Safer Schools. The…

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Could Your Home Be A Cause For High Blood Pressure?

Learn why I think cordless phones, cell phones, and other wireless devices could be causing your high blood pressure. I spend a lot of my time getting the word out about the dangers of wireless technology. Electropollution is all around us — but few people understand its risks, especially to…

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What are Cardiac Arrhythmias?

…cardiac arrhythmias as a result of using birth control pills * Mitral valve prolapse, a condition more common in women * Altitude * Exposure to EMF/ WiFi frequencies * Ischemia, or lack of blood flow to the heart as happens during angina or a heart attack. Are there different kinds of cardiac arrhythmias?…

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Secrets for Conquering Attention Deficit Disorder, Naturally

At this time of the year, children are back in school. This means the fun of getting new school supplies, reuniting with classmates, and the almost inevitable uptick of newly diagnosed cases of attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). If you have a child,…

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