She started getting interested in EMF when she heard about childhood leukemia and how children that lived near power lines had a greater risk of developing this form of cancer. She wanted to introduce it into her course at the University as it already included looking at DDRs, PCBs, arsenic, acid rain and many other
She noticed that some people having been exposed to large amounts of EMF had developed a sensitivity to it in their environment or they had other conditions that predisposed them to the sensitivity.
Looking at the symptoms, a very large percentage of them are the symptoms we develop as we are aging. They included chronic pain, chronic fatigue, difficulty sleeping, concentration problems, mood disorders – either an increase in depressive symptoms or high levels of anxiety and difficulty with short-term memory. A lot of these symptoms tend to be more common amongst the elderly.
Most scientists refer to this sensitivity as