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Some of the most common complaints you here nowadays are based on a set of symptoms many people blame simply on the busyness of their lives—headaches, tiredness, poor memory, poor sleep, the inability to concentrate…the list goes on. But what if you were to learn that these are not temporary experiences that are merely inconvenient? What if you were to learn that these symptoms are only going to worsen over time until they produce irreversible damage to the body?

Essentially, that’s the message that Professor Dr. Martin Pall from Washington State University and numerous studies are sending. He explains the powerful albeit continually ignored effect of electromagnetic radiation on our bodies—on the voltage-gated calcium channels present within every membrane of every cell in the body. These channels are particularly integral to electrically charged tissues, such as the nervous system and heart, and they also play a significant role in the release of neurotransmitters and hormones in the body. With a force that’s 7.2 million times stronger than the force imposed by cells in our body, it would be surprising to find that EMFs don’t significantly impact health. So, what’s being done about this, and why isn’t this information more frequently covered by mainstream news media? Tune in to hear Dr. Pall’s answer to that question and to find the best resources for research in this field.

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