Universal Design grew out of a disability rights movement and is growing in popularity among homeowners and designers as accessibility products also become more available and attractive. Building Biology specifically address ecological and biological health in buildings. How do the two relate, if they do at all?Read More
Germany, along with many European nations, was left in ruins after World War II. In the subsequent years as it rapidly rebuilt its economy and infrastructure, it saw the growth of over industrialised and overpopulated cities and towns.
People also began to notice strange illnesses after the World War. One of these was a doctor named Hubert Palm. He noticed a pattern between the ailments his patients were coming in with and their living in housing built post WWII using the new “chemically enhanced” technologies.Read More
According to the WHO, radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B), based on an increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer1, associated with wireless phone use.*
Many studies are revealing multiple mechanisms of action for RF radiation carcinogenesis such as on DNA repair, oxidative stress, down regulation of mRNA and DNA damage with single strand breaks. ** Studies are also establishing clear evidence on neurological effects on all ages.
My own list focuses on notable research on biological effects found on childen and women, and on brain function, showing that exposure to RF radiation from cell-phones and cell-towers really can be harmful to your health.Read More