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Air Pollution and the Electromagnetic Phenomena as Incitants

1st Edition

By William J. Rea

CRC Press

152 pages | 10 B/W Illus.

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The field of electromagnetic sensitivity is the new epidemic of the 21st century, and can cause disease of the automatic nerve system in any part of the body. This is as a result of chemical sensitivity, in which over 80,000 chemicals are involved, resulting in innumerable combinations. A cursory understanding of the combinations can help clinicians partially understand the associated problems and thus help in the diagnosis and treatment of electromagnetic sensitivities. But a basic understanding of environmentally induced illness and healing must first be understood by the clinicians before diseases occur such as cardiac arrhythmia, muscle spasms, and nerve pain.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Air Pollution on Earth.

Chapter 2. The Electromagnetic Phenomena as Incitants.

About the Author

William J. Rea is a thoracic, cardiovascular, and general surgeon with an added interest in the environmental aspects of health and disease. He received his MD from The Ohio State University and was chief of thoracic surgery at the Veteran’s Hospital in Dallas.

About the Series

Electromagnetic Frequency Sensitivities

Electromagnetic frequencies are everywhere in our daily lives. This brand new series on EMF describes how having an understanding of the vast combinations of electrical and chemical problems will help in the diagnosis and treatment of electromagnetic sensitivities. This series covers the work of a renowned scientist in the field whose interest ranges from reversing the dysfunction of chronic illness to optimizing the health of his patients.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MEDICAL / Public Health
SCIENCE / Environmental Science