Last year, the World Health Organization warned that exposure to high levels of Electromagnetic Fields (aka “Electrosmog”) could cause health issues in a significant percentage of the population. Electrosmog sources include anything that emits RadioFrequency (RF) radiation, also referred to as wireless. Sources include activity trackers, Apple AirPods, cell phones, cell towers, home assistants (Alexa, Google Nest, etc.), utility “Smart” Meters and other “Smart” technology, WiFi routers, and more.
Unfortunately, many health care professionals don’t consider exposure when diagnosing and treating patients even though scientists worldwide seem to know that it’s a problem … and not just for American embassy workers and others targeted by microwave weapons (see 1, 2). Otherwise, there probably wouldn’t have been a recent health briefing about it.