“Sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation is the emerging health problem of the 21st century. It is imperative that health practitioners, governments, schools and parents learn more about it. The human health stakes are significant." William Rea, MD, Founder & Director of the Environmental Health Center, Dallas and Past President, American Academy of Environmental Medicine.
Explore electromagnetic emissions (also known as electrosmog) inside homes and offices, and examine techniques for identifying sources and measuring exposure. Power lines, cellular phones, Wi-Fi, and microwave ovens are all examples of external manmade sources of EMEs that potentially interfere with and disrupt our inner biological processes. This comprehensive course covers testing protocols, health effects, and remediation in the following areas of study: Static Electromagnetic Fields; AC Electromagnetic Fields; Radio Frequency; Radioactivity & Radon; and Terrestrial Radiation.
Successful completion of this course conveys 30 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs), and/or 30 credit hours toward IBE certification. It is comprised of thirty-three lessons, and can be read online as well as downloaded as a PDF. The tuition is $210 USD.
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