Could ‘electrical pollution’ and Emfs have consequences for your health?
Samantha Swift reports Modern technology has altered the landscape of our lives. Life today is easier, faster and more convenient as a result of electricity, computers, mobile phones and the explosion in wireless communication. But a growing number of scientists worldwide are trying to alert us to the fact that the devices to which we are all so attached emit electromagnetic frequencies [Emfs], which could have serious consequences for our health. You cannot see them, taste them or smell them, but man-made Emfs are everywhere. We are all surrounded by electropollution.