The Invisible Rainbow – A History of Electricity and Life, by Arthur Firstenberg. Highly engaging and thoroughly researched.
“Unplug – How to Survive and Thrive In a Wi-Fi World Gone Wild,” by Sam Wieder. An excellent primer on the topic.
Prescriptions for a Healthy House, 3rd Edition: A Practical Guide for Architects, Builders and Homeowners, by Paula Baker Laporte, Erica Elliott, and John Banta. A comprehensive “A to Z” guide, covering electromagnetic radiation, air quality, mechanicals, building materials, finishings, and more. This book and the book Homes That Heal complement each other.
Cross Currents – The Perils of Electro Pollution – The Promise of Electromedicine, by Robert O. Becker, M.D. A knowledge of physics can be helpful in reading this book. Those that lack it may find online resources such as Khan Academy helpful in gaining a deeper understanding.
Doubt is Their Product – How Industry’s Assault on Science Threatens Your Health, by David Michaels. While not about electromagnetic radiation, this book can be helpful in providing insight as to why there is so much conflicting information about the health effects of electromagnetic radiation.
Tracing EMFs in Building Wiring and Grounding, by Karl Riley. Practical, step-by-step instructions – a handy resource.
Homes that Heal (and those that don’t): How your home may be harming your family’s health, by Athena Thompson. A comprehensive guide for the home, covering not just electromagnetic radiation, but a host of other topics. Very reader friendly.
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