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Environmental Sensitivities A Snapshot

With so much going on in the ever-expanding field of environmental sensitivities, it is great to have an overview of what our global experts are thinking, saying and doing. In this webinar, I touch points raised by 23 global thought leaders. Please enjoy – it is just under 30 minutes long. I would love to hear your […]

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REPLAY of 2015 ES Symposium

The 2015 Environmental Sensitivities Symposium (ES Symposium) ran live in March this year. Hundreds of people from all around the world joined in. I was touched that so many shared their personal stories with me and heartened to hear that many gleaned something so valuable from this event. With 23 speakers, although there is a common […]

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2015 Environmental Sensitivities Symposium is HERE

Oh, the excitement is to great to express in words. The Environmental Sensitivities Symposium is coming… on 23rd March! I have been working on this from behind the scenes for most of the last year, and am so happy that it is finally coming out into its own, now… ready to be shared. Ready to […]

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If You Are Pregnant Avoid Wireless Technology

If you are pregnant avoid wireless technology Research was done by following a group of children and their mothers in Denmark. What they found was that the women who used their mobile/cell phones the most had children with the greatest behavioural disorders – including ASD (autism spectrum disorder) and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).(2) Further, […]

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Many Australians Have Environmentally-Based Health Complaints

Environmentally-Based Health Complaints “Environmental sensitivities” (aka Environmentally-Based Health Complaints) are a little hard to pigeonhole as in Australia – they are not well recognised by the medical fraternity. That is not to say that they do not exist. It is just that they go undiagnosed, and often the “sufferer” really does suffer because nothing is […]

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