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By Kathleen Deoul
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Copulos: Sure. First, we have to keep in mind distance and duration. We don't want to be any closer to appliances or office equipment that can produce either RF or EMF radiation. That means don't sit close to the TV as I've mentioned, and don't stand over the microwave if you're heating something. Also, it is important to remember that an appliance that is plugged in will still put out an EMF field, so when you're not using them, unplug them.

Also, throw out your electric blanket. An electric blanket puts out a field of almost 40 gauss, and you are exposed to it in close proximity for six to eight hours. The same is true for an electric heating pad. Use a hot water bottle instead.

At work, don't stand over the copier when it is running if you don't have to and where possible, unplug equipment that is not in use. Most important, limit the amount of time you use your cell phone to the minimum necessary, and never put your laptop computer in your lap.

These, of course are passive measures. You also need to look into positive things that can be done to reduce the amount of radiation you're exposed to.

Kathleen Deoul: I agree completely. Speaking of active measures, there are a number of products that can help tremendously in reducing the amount of RF and EMF radiation exposure you get. For example, energy resonance technology such as that offered by BioPro provides an active measure you can take to reduce your exposure. The BioPro Universal Chip is effective in reducing emissions from cell phones, cordless phones and virtually every appliance and piece of office equipment you can imagine. Their "Home Harmonizer" provides the same sort of protection from emissions generated in your home or office wiring.

Copulos: I couldn't agree more, Kathleen. You know, today's home is a far cry from the home of twenty to thirty years ago. The growth of home electronics has been a phenomenon unmatched in history. Just compare the typical electronic equipment that would have been found in a home thirty years ago with what you typically would find today. The older home would have had one or two televisions, a stereo a vacuum cleaner and coffee pot. There might even be a brand new microwave oven. Although microwave ovens had been around for decades it was not until 1970 when Litton introduced the version most of us are familiar with that sales began to skyrocket. From 40,000 units in 1970, sales rose to 1,000,000 in 1975. Still, many devices that are common today would be missing. DVDs, personal computers, plasma TVs, cell phones and a host of other electronic items we are now accustomed to were either not available or only available at prices too high for average consumers. With the advent of inexpensive home electronics, the sources of RF and EMF radiation exposure has grown exponentially. That is why taking active measures to limit exposure is now such an urgent priority.

Kathleen Deoul: Well, you won't get an argument from me. We have seen an enormous rise in illnesses and afflictions that may be caused by the radiation that surrounds us. Brain tumors, Alzheimer's disease, fibromyalgia, autism and a host of other diseases that were once rare or unheard of are now reaching epidemic proportions. More and more, the evidence is pointing to the possibility that exposure to non-ionizing radiation may be the cause. Clearly, we cannot wait for the government to acknowledge the problem, by then it will be too late. We have to take a pro-active stance and do those things necessary to protect the health of ourselves and our loved ones.

Copulos: Absolutely.

Kathleen Deoul: Well, Milt I want to thank you for taking the time to speak with me about this important issue. It is something we all need to be aware of and concerned about.

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