Newsletter (25 January 2004)

Chronic inflammation produces "cellular inflammation"

While my internist does not discuss environmental concerns, she was, however, willing to recommend Omega 3 Fatty Acids (I take 1,000 mg three times a day) for the purpose of reducing cholesterol. The results have been dramatic in spite of the fact I still live by two high voltage power lines. Overall sensitivities to countless medications made it impossible for me to take any of the cholesterol medications.

Not everyone does or will develop the same illness or in fact, some persons may not develop any illness due to any sort of toxic exposure including EMR, however, chronic inflammation is responsible for the development of every single health effect and disease that I have researched. You will note the website I refer to does not exclude anything but rather gives examples of the types of diseases one might develop due to cellular inflammation.

Click here: Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratory - Inflammation Clinical Insight or enter the following on the search bar:

Take care everyone!!!!!


Phone masts 'confusing' pigeons

Peter Bryant, of the RPRA, said its Stray Birds Committee had proposed attaching a GPS tracking device to pigeons to investigate the problem. But currently the device - which would have to be strapped on like a rucksack - is too heavy for a pigeon to carry. "It's fine with eagles and albatross, but for the poor little pigeons it would hamper their return," said Mr Bryant.


He said it was impossible to estimate how many pigeons were vanishing because of the transmitters.

Pigeon fancier Anne Pitkeathly, 50, from the Isle of Wight, said she was losing more and more birds. "When I started I was told I would lose baby birds but never the big ones.

"A lot of people think it's mobile phone masts."

She claimed one of her pigeons had recently reacted badly after being near a mast, saying it was "stressed" and "trying to be sick".

Previous research by German scientists in 1999 suggested that short wave radiation had an "undefined negative" impact on homing pigeons. It was found that exposed birds took longer to get home, flew at lower levels and were reluctant to go near transmitters.

Between 50,000 to 60,000 pigeons are estimated to have gone missing last year due to problems such as bird of prey attacks and poor weather, the RPRA said.

Informant: Robert Riedlinger


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From Information Clearing House