Do You Make Fun of People With Disabilities? Since 2002, Electromagnetic Sensitivity Has Been A Federally Recognized Disability.

Do You Make Fun of People With Disabilities? Since 2002, Electromagnetic Sensitivity Has Been A Federally Recognized Disability.

By B.N. Frank

Unless you enjoy making fun of ALL disabled people, you may want to rethink “Tin Foil Hat” jokes.  In 2002, the U.S. Access Board recognized electromagnetic sensitivity and that it can be disabling. 

Exposure has been linked to many undesirable health conditions.  It also affects animals.

In 2010, experts stated that as many as 1/3 of the population is “sensitive” to sources of “Electrosmog” which includes “Dirty Electricity” as well as cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation.

Exposure to Electrosmog is cumulative.  So it’s possible to not always be “sensitive” or symptomatic to exposure but eventually become sensitive and symptomatic to it.  The same could probably be said about all toxins.

Despite all of this, many doctors and vets don’t consider exposure when diagnosing and treating patients.

Thanks to Smart Meter Harm for recently posting this great page devoted to Electromagnetic Sensitivity as well as a detailed symptom list.

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