Electrical Pollution In Your Home: Why You Can’t Be Healthy In A Sick House

Paleo Magazine. October/November 2017.

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Paleo Magazine. October/November 2017 issue. paleomagonline.com

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ElectroSensitivity: When the Modern World Hurts

Best Self Magazine. August 2017

A debilitating journey as an electrosensitive individual serves as a wake-up call to the hidden dangers we are all exposed to living in a wired world.

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Jolie Jones: Taking Back Her Power

JolieTalks.com. May 22, 2017

Winter is approaching the countryside. The cold makes you realize the need for shelter. There’s a remote cottage tucked away in the trees. It’s small and sparsely furnished. Inside you spy traces of modernity hinting at an unconventional relationship with our prevailing technologies. An Ethernet cord snakes twenty feet along the kitchen floor, plugged into a laptop for internet access. The Wi-Fi router is permanently disconnected. The alarm system is set to “wireless off.” There’s a curious gadget, not much larger than a matchbox, set on the windowsill. It’s a radiofrequency detector. Turn on your smart phone anywhere in the house, and the device buzzes.

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Visit Jolie Jones’ website at JolieTalks.com

The Kids Are Not All Right. How Wireless Tech Is Harming Our Youth And What Parents Can Do Right Now

Paleo Magazine. February/March 2017.

Paleo Magazine. Kids and Wireless Tech

Paleo Magazine. February/March 2017 issue. paleomagonline.com

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Home Sweet Home: Is Your Home Making You Sick?

Paleo Magazine. December/January 2016.

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Paleo Magazine. December/January 2016 issue. paleomagonline.com
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Editorial Correction: Page 53 “Do You Have Sick Building Syndrome?” The section on electromagnetic fields was incorrectly referenced. It should read:
Electromagnetic Fields: radiofrequency radiation, AC electric fields, AC magnetic fields, radioactivity and terrestrial radiation.

Do Your Kids Practice Safe Tech?

News of Pelham. July 11, 2016.

There’s a fairly heated international debate on the topic of wireless safety, all summoning a spiraling list of personal and public health questions: Are cell phones dangerous? Can wireless signals harm the body? Is there scientific proof of these damaging biological effects? Hasn’t the government set safety standards for wireless emissions? Are children more at risk than adults? Should pregnant women and parents be concerned? Should we have Wi-Fi in schools? How can we protect ourselves, especially our youth?

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