Links to sites and organisations offering shielding and other devices to help mitigate the effects of electromagnetic radiation.
April 2010. A member of ES-UK has put together a really excellent, comprehensive directory of products and services that measurably reduce the amount of EMF exposure, or enable people to avoid places which have high EMF levels – no pendants or herbs... Click here for a downloadable pdf.
Michael Bevington of ES-UK has written a 45 page booklet entitled: 'ES and EHS - A Summary'. This book is an ideal way to present a well ordered summary of every scientific paper written about ES to friends, family, employers, doctors and medical practitioners, MPs, colleagues and neighbours. It also includes a detailed list of symptoms, existing diagnosis and treatment protocols, historic developments, etc. To reserve a copy please send a cheque or money order for £10 payable to ES-UK to: BM Box ES-UK, London WC1N 3XX, UK
Coghill Research Laboratories. The laboratory specialises in bioelectromagnetics (the interaction of electricity and magnetism with organic life) and the development of therapeutic magnet therapy.
www.electricforester.co.uk Measuring service for electromagnetic sensitivity. (UK)
www.emfclothing.com Wide range of emf shielding devices including clothing and shielding wallpaper.
EMFields (UK) Wide range of sheilding products and materials, Orchid low radiation digital phones with answering machine, on demand switches, radiation measuring devices and books.
EMF Safety Store (US) Large range of ready to use sheidling products, and sheilding materials.
EMF Solutions Canada - an EMF consultancy which offers home inspections as well as a range of filters and protection devices.
www.healthy-house.co.uk Wide range of sheilding, measuring and protection materials and devices.
www.safewireless.org - Useful suggestions as to how to minimise EMF exposure from one of the leading US groups.
www.tomsgadgets.com Measuring & shielding equipment, electrocloth, books. (UK)
Safe as Houses - Ill health and Electro-stress in the home - by David Cowan and Rodney Girdlestone