Electromagnetic Fields and Health

Maren Oelbermann 103263.2013 at CompuServe.COM
Thu Dec 14 20:33:06 EST 1995


     The issue of electromagnetic fields and human health is a controversial scientific, and often
public, issue.  A new book "takes a comprehensive look at the growing EMF controversy, and
explains clearly for non-technical readers the basics of EMF research."  It is fully referenced and
people from health professionals to homeowners will find it useful.  It explains what EMFs are
and where they are found.  It discusses the basic findings and exciting new research related to
bioelectromagnetics; it addresses public dimensions including risk assessment and mitigation;
and it ends with a chapter on prudent avoidance, helping people understand what they can do to
simply and inexpensively reduce exposure.  The authors -- biophysicist Michael Milburn and
biologist Maren Oelbermann -- have been involved with environmental EMFs since 1990,
working for ELMAG Research and Consulting in Waterloo, On, Canada.  Their work on EMF's
has been profiled in the media, and through public speaking and talk shows.  

Here are some excerpts from ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND YOUR HEALTH, by
Michael Milburn and Maren Oelbermann, published by New Star Books, Vancouver, BC     



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