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Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action

Preventing Lead Poisoning is Essential This last week of October recognises the risk of lead poisoning in our lives – this is international Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action. Lead was the cause of the downfall of the Roman empire and it has been recognised as the cause of German composer Ludwig van Beethoven health […]

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glyphosate

Glyphosate Should Be Banned Because It Is Toxic To Humans

Glyphosate Should Be Banned Because It Is Toxic To Humans by Dr Stephanie Seneff Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the pervasive herbicide, Roundup. It now has the dubious distinction of being the most used pesticide in the United States. Its popularity as an herbicide is due to the introduction of core Roundup-Ready crops since […]

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VOC

VOC and The Health of the Individual

by Angela Petruzzi VOC is a complex issue and often misunderstood, in short VOC does not mean harmful and no VOC does not mean harmless. One should interpret various aspects of the information to make a truly informed decision. LIVOS and Its Stance in Relation to VOC and The Health of the Individual This document is […]

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take back your power

Take Back Your Power

Take Back Your Power On Friday 1st July, Radiation Refuge is hosting a FREE public screening of the movie Take Back Your Power. Details: DATE Friday 1st July TIME From 7pm VENUE St Joseph’s Hall 17 Wedge Street Benalla COST FREE The event kicks off with an introduction from Bruce Evans, of Radiation Refuge. Following this, […]

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building biology

Building Biology – Explained

Many people know about “Sick Building Syndrome” – where there is something about their building that makes them sick. However, in Australia in particular, far less people really understand what “Building Biology” is. Nicole Groch from LivingSafe.com.au interviewed me about this recently. Here is a snippet of it: You may have heard of someone using […]

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Lead Reducing Your Exposure

Lead tends to be ubiquitous… Lead tends to be all around us – thanks to the lack of knowledge and understanding about its health effects. Sources of lead contamination include: lead paint windows with leadlighting petrol/fuel smelting fertilisers slag from industry used as soil or landfill dust in ceilings and wall cavities solder on water […]

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Author of all content is Lucinda Curran, unless otherwise indicated.