If you’ve ever wondered how to talk with your teens about the dangers of electromagnetic radiation exposure, there’s now a powerful tool to add to your arsenal. The Quick & Easy EMF Guide: 99 Tips to Lower Your Exposure to Harmful Electromagnetic Radiation, has just been released, by the same team that wrote EXPOSED: The Electronic Sickening of America and How to Protect Yourself.
Primary author Lois Cadwallader, MA, with her husband and co-author Bill Cadwallader MBA, EMRS, has compiled a concise 78-page book filled with checklists, tips, and resources to self-educate on this important topic.
Featuring humorous cartoons, the book is divided into sections that discuss easy and advanced tips for avoidance or remediation. It includes up-to-date information on the dangers of 5G and “smart” devices, and an extraordinarily comprehensive Home Safety Audit checklist that’s a real eye-opener into just how many potential sources there are in the average home. It also includes a list of websites and resources with which to further your own education.
Ideal for teens, co-workers, and others who might not read a full-length book like EXPOSED, the Quick & Easy EMF Guide fills a necessary gap in EMR information, presenting the problems and solutions of overexposure in short, engaging bite-sized pieces of information.