#76: Mapping EMFs with Nick Pineault
Nick is an investigative health journalist and advocate for safe technologies. He curates the budding research on the critical topic of electromagnetic pollution (or “electro smog”) with humour, insight and common sense. He’s keen on making connections between our electronic use and chronic disease states, helping us leave no stone unturned in the care of our chronically ill patients.
May 2, 2019
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