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Old 02-06-2011, 08:44 PM   #1
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I am not sure if you know what EMR (electromagnetic radiation) is, but I just wanted to pass on some information I have learned that could help you and your family. Many people are concerned about the health risks of living near power lines. What I've learned is there are a lot of items in the house that could cause just as much radiation. It is easy to reduce or eliminate EMR by just doing a few simple things. I am going to post some of the suggestions below, but I have also attached more information. Hope this helps.

Here are some ways you can eliminate radiation exposure:

1.) Move the alarm clock away from your head while you sleep.

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Limit your child’s exposure to a cellular phone. Cell phones produce high levels of EMR, and so limiting exposure to them will reduce the risk.

3.) Test (see attached) items in your home to see what is emitting the highest frequency level and move those items away from where you sleep.

4.) Do not use cordless/wireless home based telephone system; make sure you use a traditional corded phone.
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