Articles: environmental

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  1. The Damaging Effects Of Electropollution

    by Helke Ferrie

    The author opines that “the detrimental health effects of cell phones, WiFi, electromagnetic fields (EMFs), and the microwave-based technology we use daily makes worrying about our ...

  2. The Dangers of Toothpaste and Deodorant

    by Philippa Turnbull

    Dr Samuel Epstein, co-author of The Safe Shoppers Bible says, "Since 1965 more than 4 million distinct chemical compounds have been reported in the scientific literature; of these,...

  3. The Electromagnetic Space Age We Live In

    by Elana Freeland

    These are strange, science fiction times. Real burning issues are marginalized as conspiracy theory’, and scientists stepping forward to sound the alarm are discredited, ostracized,...

  4. The Feel Good Factor

    by Ann Crowther

    The author points out the prevalence of environmental toxins. In the seas and oceans there are high levels of man-made toxins in the waters, and in the plant and animal life – seaw...

  5. The Hazards of Water Fluoridation

    by Dr Graeme Munro-Hall and Dr Lilian Munro-Hall

    Drs Graeme and Lilian Munro-Hall look at the impact of fluoride on the health of the nation. About 10% of Britain has fluoride in its drinking water already and the government has ...

  6. The Health Risks of Pesticides

    by Georgina Downs

    In view of the ongoing disagreement between the Advisory Committee on Pesticides and the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution on the public health risks of pesticides, and...

  7. The Holistic and Environmentally Friendly Home

    by Maxine Fox

    This article focuses on how we can make a big, positive impact on the planet from an environmentally friendly home.

  8. The Influence of the Weather upon our Health

    by Polly Hall

    The author concludes that if we are balanced and healthy we are ready to face the world whatever the weather. This can be achieved through complementary therapies such as acupunctu...

  9. The Need for a New Paradigm in Healthcare?

    by Dr Robert Verkerk

    Dr Verkerk discusses the concept of ‘sustainability’, as defined by the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development.

  10. The Rat and the White Loaf

    by Lisa Saffron

    Many years ago, I had a housemate who, given a free choice, inevitably made the non-nutritious one. The only bread he would eat was junk white.

  11. The Risks to Health from Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR)

    by Patty Hemingway

    In this article the author shares her experience with heavy metal toxicity, treatments that help and how she uses her Electrosmog Detector to scan her home, and that of her clients...

  12. The Trade in Wild Plants

    by Chrissie Wildwood

    In this substantive and well-researched article, Chrissie Wildwood, qualified holistic therapist, former international aromatherapy lecturer and the author of many articles and boo...

  13. Three Things That You Can Do to Transform the Planet and Your Life

    by Catriona MacGregor

    The author explains how a greater connection to nature can make us healthier and improve our health and well-being. As we spend hours indoors, working with electronic equipment, the...

  14. Toxic Chemical Overload

    by Michael V Brooking and Naheed Zaman

    Despite the many scientific breakthroughs over the last five decades, we have seen a steady increase in killer diseases such as cancers, heart disease and diabetes. Could this incr...

  15. Toxic Teeth

    by Ann Crowther

    In this column on dental health, the author explains why many of us, in spite of using water filters, air cleaners, eating organically grown produce and taking herbal and alternati...

  16. Toxicity of Cancer-Causing Chemicals

    by Kathryn Alexander

    This article focuses on Cancer, the role of chemicals – most of which have been proved to be toxic, carcinogenic and incompatible with life – in causing this condition, and high ex...

  17. Viruses Mutate more Readily in Selenium-Deficient Surroundings

    by David E Marsh

    Even though selenium is critically important for good human health, its value is not widely known. It is important both for the prevention of selenium-related deficiency diseases an...

  18. Ways to Protect ourselves and the animals in our care from BSE-like diseases

    by Helen Fullerton

    Dr Fullerton discusses and puts forward her views and ways to protect ourselves and the animals in our care from BSE-like diseases.

  19. Why Buy Chemical-Free Cosmetics and Personal Care Products?

    by Klaus Ferlow

    Everyone hopes to have a perfect body but, unfortunately no matter what we do, our bodies never seems to be perfect. Are nose or breast to large or too small? Is the skin too dry or...

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