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12/12/2017A New DemocracyLayna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD play excerpts from and discuss the film We the People 2.0 about the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund in its work to establish the rights of nature and communities.; Resources: We the People 2.0; Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund; National Community Rights Network; Resources on health politics and activism and Resources on environmental health
11/21/2017The Alcohol RevolutionDavid Blume, Executive Director of the International Institute for Ecological Agriculture author of Alcohol Can Be a Gas, discusses alcohol, permaculture, and Consumer Supported Energy.; Resources: Alcohol Can Be a Gas by David Blume; Blume Distillation; International Institute for Ecological Agriculture; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics and advocacy
11/7/2017The Poison PapersJonathan Latham, PhD, founder and executive director of the Bioscience Resource Project, discusses the implications of the Poison Papers, a collection of documents dating from the 1920s showing how regulators collude with industry in promoting harmful chemicals.; Resources: Poison Papers Project; Bioscience Resource Project; Independent Science News; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics and advocacy
10/31/2017Indigenous People Protect Natural CommunitiesPrakash Kashwan, PhD, from the University of Connecticut, author of Democracy in the Woods: Environmental Conservation and Social Justice in India, Tanzania, and Mexico discusses why indigenous people as protectors of natural communities; Resources: Democracy in the Woods: Environmental Conservation and Social Justice in India, Tanzania, and Mexico by Prakash Kashwan;Prakash Kashwan webpage; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics and advocacy
10/24/2017Detoxification Made ComplicatedHealth educator Layna Berman discusses the body's natural detoxification pathways and how to boost them using nutrients.; Resources: Resources on detoxification and addiction and on environmental health
10/17/2017Ecosystem Rights: The Colorado RiverEnvironmental activist Deanna Meyer and lawyer Will Falk from Deep Green Resistance discuss the first of its kind in the US lawsuit that seeks to establish legal personhood for the Colorado River Ecosystem and with it the rights of nature.; Resources: Deep Green Resistance; Colorado River Ecosystem Rights Lawsuit; Resources on environmental health and resources on activism and politics
10/3/2017The Role of SulphurStephanie Seneff, PhD is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory discusses her research into how disruption in sulphur metabolism plays a role in many modern diseases/conditions, such as autism, heart disease, obesity, arthritis and Alzheimer's disease. ; Resources: Stephanie Seneff’s website; resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on cardiovascular and heart health, resources on diabetes, and resources on environmental health; Comment: Involuntary Medical Experiments
9/19/2017Building CommunityMa’ikwe Ludwig, Executive Director of Commonomics USA, discusses her book Together Resilient: Building Community in the Age of Climate Disruption and the intentional community movement.; Resources: Together Resilient: Building Community in the Age of Climate Disruption by Ma’ikwe Ludwig; Ma’ikwe Ludwig’s website; Fellowship for Intentional Community; Commonomics USA; Resources on environmental health and resources on activism and politics
9/12/2017EMF Radiation SafetyDaniel DeBaun, author of Radiation Nation: The Fallout of Modern Technology and former executive at Bell Labs, discusses the health risks of wireless and electronic technologies and how to reduce those risks.; Resources: Radiation Nation: The Fallout of Modern Technology by Daniel DeBaun and Ryan DeBaun; Radiation Nation: The Book; DefenderShield; Resources on environmental health and resources on radiation
8/29/2017Microwave SaturationMary Beth Brangan, director of the Ecological Options Network, discusses 5G (the fifth generation of wireless technology) and California Senate Bill 649 limiting local control over the next generation of wireless technology and its implications for human and environmental health--and democracy.; Resources: EON EMF Blog; Ecological Options Network; resources on environmental health, resources on radiation, and resources on health politics and advocacy; SIGN THE PETITION OPPOSING SB649
8/22/2017Connecting with NatureJoseph Cornell, founder and president of Sharing Nature International, discusses his nature awareness learning process that focuses on growing awareness and love for the natural world through play.; Resources: Sharing Nature International; resources on environmental health
8/1/2017Learning from the Animals Around UsAnimal tracker Ginger Hadley shares what she’s learned from her twenty years of animal tracking and observation.; Resources: Mammal Tracks & Sign: A Guide to North American Species by Mark Elbroch; resources on animals and resources on environmental health
6/27/2017Energy BlackmailSmall installations of renewable energy sources are contrasted with the current popularity of nuclear power as “clean” energy. Included is a report by Nuclear Engineer and anti nuclear activist Arnie Gundersen five years after the Fukishima Daichi disaster.; Resources: Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education; Nuking Climate Change by Jeffry Fawcett, PhD; Resources on radiation, resources on environmental health, and resources on health politics; Comment: Nuking Climate Change
6/6/2017Getting Serious About Climate ChangeLayna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss what climate change is doing to our very near future and how to come together to make that future livable.; Resources: This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein; Learning to Die in the Anthropocene by Roy Scranton; The Collapse of Western Civilization by Naomi Oreskes and Eik M. Conway; Going Dark by Guy R. McPherson; Field Notes from a Catastrophe by Elizabeth Kolbert; Anthropocene or Capitalocene ed by Jason Moore; When Technology Fails by Matthew Stein; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics, advocacy, prevention, and social health
5/30/2017Democracy SchoolThomas Linzey, Executive Director of CELDF (Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund) discusses CELDF’s Democracy School where activists are trained to counter corporate rights locally by establishing community and environmental rights.; Resources: We the People: Stories from the Community Rights Movement in the United States by Thomas Linzey; We the People 2.0; Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund; National Community Rights Network; Resources on health politics and activism and Resources on environmental health
5/23/2017Where You LiveSarah van Gelder, cofounder and editor-at-large of Yes! magazine and author of The Revolution Where You Live, discusses the emergence of place-based power.; Resources: The Revoluation Where You Live: Stories from a 12,000-mile Journey Through a New America by Sarah van Gelder; Yes! magazine; Resources on health politics and activism and Resources on environmental health
5/16/2017OverpoweredForty year electromagnetic field researcher Martin Blank PhD, discusses his book Overpowered, which outlines what science tells us about the health effects of wireless and offers guidelines for prudence while using devices.; Resources: Martin Blank; Resources on wireless technologies, resources on health politics, and resources on environmental health; Comment: Stressed Out Rats
5/2/2017Toxicant Induced Loss of ToleranceJeffry Fawcett PhD unpacks research on the triggers for the development of chronic illness from exposures to environmental toxins. Layna Berman offers a historical perspective on environmental illness and discusses research that indicates that exposure to microwaves has a similar mechanism.; Resources: Extreme Chemical Sensitivity Makes Sufferers Allergic to Life; Resources on chronic illness and resources on environmental health
4/25/2017Lyme: From Horror to HopeFilmmaker Andy Abraham Wilson discusses his second film about the Lyme epidemic, Emergence, in which we are updated on patients, maligned Lyme treating doctors and researchers from Under Our Skin, his first film. Exposed is the financial ties the CDC and IDSA have that has interfered with progress and the progress that is being made despite all odds.; Resources: Under Our Skin: The Untold Story of Lyme Disease; Resources on immunity and infections, resources on environmental health, and resources on chronic illness
4/18/2017The Electronically Quiet HouseEMF/RF remediation consultant Michael Neuert discusses how to protect yourself at home and work from electromagnetic fields that can create health problems.; Resources: www.emfcenter.com and www.emfinfo.org; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental health; Comment: Feeling Powerless and Being Powerless
4/11/2017Healthy LungsHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett PhD uncover what damages our lungs and what protects and repairs them. ; Resources: Resources on nutrition, resources on environmental health, resources on heart health, resources on allergies, and resources on exercise.
4/4/2017Preventing GMO ContaminationActivist Karen Hudson discusses how Sonoma County, California activists organized and won passage of Measure M, which bans genetically modified organisms from contaminating crops, animals, and the environment.; Resources: GMO Free Sonoma County; Center for Food Safety; Resources on activism, resources on environmental health, and resources on food
3/28/2017Local Food MovementsCarolyn Biggerstaff, Weston A. Price Houston Chapter, and Gary Granata, Slow Food New Orleans, discuss local food activism by chapters of national and international food movement organizations.; Resources: Weston A. Price, Houston; Real Food Houston; Weston A. Price Foundation; Slow Food New Orleans; Slow Food USA; Slow Food (international); Resources on activism, resources on food, and resources on environmental health
3/14/2017Technology and HealthKatie Singer, author of An Electronic Silent Spring, talks about the science of the ecological effects of electromagnetic radiation and then Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD go on to discuss the political economy of the wireless revolution. ; Resources: An Electronic Silent Spring by Katie Singer; Overpowered by Martin Blank; EMF Safety Network; Resources on environmental heatlh, resources on heatlh politics, and resources on wireless technology
2/28/2017A New DemocracyLayna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD play excerpts from and discuss the film We the People 2.0 about the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund in its work to establish the rights of nature and communities.; Resources: We the People 2.0; Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund; National Community Rights Network; Resources on health politics and activism and Resources on environmental health
2/14/2017Doing the Simplest Things FirstHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss simple self care techniques for identifying and caring for developing illness.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet, resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health, resources on environmental health, resources on exercise, resources on heart health, resources on detoxification, resources on immunity, resources on wireless technology, and resources on mind, mood, and stress
1/31/2017Inventing a FutureShaun Chamberlin, Managing Director of the Fleming Policy Centre in the United Kingdom, cofounder of Transition Town Kingston, author of The Transition Timeline, and editor of David Fleming’s Lean Logic and Surviving the Future, discusses the transition movement and Fleming’s effect on it. ; Resources: The Transition Timeline: For a Local, Resilient Future by Shaun Chamberlin; Dark Optimism; Lean Logic: A Dictionary for the Future and How to Survive It and Surviving the Future: Culture, Carnival and Capital in the Aftermath of the Market Economy by David Fleming; Fleming Policy Centre; Resources on health politics and resources on environmental health
1/24/2017Zika Virus and Birth DefectsResearcher Yaneer Bar-Yam, PhD, director of the New England Complex Systems Institute, discusses why the CDC is likely wrong in saying that Zika virus causes birth defects while journalist Marco Caceres, managing editor of The Vaccine Reaction, discusses how and why the misbegotten consensus on Zika championed by CDC came about.; Resources: Is Zika the Cause of Microcephaly? by Yaneer Bar-Yam, Raphael Parens, Alfredo J. Morales; New England Complex Systems Institute; Is CDC’s Rasmussen Paper on Zika and Microcephaly: Poor Case for ‘Smoking Gun’ by Marco Caceres; The Vaccine Reaction; Resources on health politics, resources on environmental health, and resources on children’s health
1/17/2017A New Food EcologyFarmer and food ecologist Charles Williams discusses the emerging practices in ecological agriculture and animal husbandry.; Resources: Earth Activist Training; Resources on environmental health and resources on food, diet, and nutrition
12/27/2016Community and Ecosystem RightsThomas Linzey, Executive Director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund and author of We the People: Stories from the Community Rights Movement in the United States, discusses how people are able to protect and preserve the places they call home - especially when governments fail to do so.; Resources: We the People: Stories from the Community Rights Movement in the United States by Thomas Linzey; Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund; Resources on environmental health and health politics and activism
12/20/2016Getting OutDemetra Markis and her 13-year old daughter Lily discuss how they created a sustainable life.; Resources: Demetra Markis; Resources on environmental health
12/13/2016Climate Change: A Different StoryPatrick Reinsborough co founder of Center For Story Based Strategy and co author of the book Re:Imagining Change discusses how to use the tools of story-based strategy to change assumptions about climate change in order to put action in the hands of citizens.; Resources: Re:Imagining Change by Patrick Reinsborough and Doyle Canning; Center for Story-based Strategy; Resources on environmental health and health politics and activism
12/6/2016Climate Change: A Different StoryPatrick Reinsborough co founder of Center For Story Based Strategy and co author of the book Re:Imagining Change discusses how to use the tools of story-based strategy to change assumptions about climate change in order to put action in the hands of citizens.; Resources: Re:Imagining Change by Patrick Reinsborough and Doyle Canning; Center for Story-based Strategy; Resources on environmental health and health politics and activism
11/29/2016The Alcohol RevolutionDavid Blume, Executive Director of the International Institute for Ecological Agriculture author of Alcohol Can Be a Gas, discusses alcohol, permaculture, and Consumer Supported Energy.; Resources: Alcohol Can Be a Gas by David Blume; Blume Distillation; International Institute for Ecological Agriculture; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics and advocacy
9/13/2016Health and Privacy Violations: Smart GridFilmmaker Josh del Sol discusses his film Take Back Your Power about the overwhelming health, privacy and civil rights violations of the smart meter program.; Resources: Take Back Your Power; Resources on radiation, resources on heatlh politics, and resources on environmental heatlh; Comment: Use a Mobile Device, Fall Over and Vomit
9/6/2016Game Changer: NTP Cellphone StudyHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss early release of results from the National Toxicology Program that show cancer risks from cellphone exposures and why the study is a game changer in the controversy over cellphone health risks.; Resources: Microwave News; Resources on wireless technologies, resources on health politics, and resources on environmental health
8/23/2016What You KnowHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett discuss the politics of and a practical guide to what’s sanctioned as health knowledge and what’s actively ignored. ; Resources: Transcript with references of What You Know About Health by Jeffry Fawcett; Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on health politics and advocacy, resources on environmental health and resources on alternative health practices
8/2/2016Take Back Your PowerFilmmaker Josh del Sol discusses his film Take Back Your Power about the overwhelming health, privacy and civil rights violations of the smart meter program.; Resources: Take Back Your Power; Resources on radiation, resources on heatlh politics, and resources on environmental heatlh
5/31/2016Inherited IllnessResearcher Michael Skinner, PhD, principal investigator at Washington State University’s Center for Reproductive Biology, and toxicologist Steven Gilbert, PhD, Director and Founder of the Institute of Neurotoxicology and Neurological Disorders and creator of Toxipedia.org website, discuss how environmental exposures cause the inheritance of increased risk of illness through epigenetic adaptation.; Resources: Michael Skinner PhD; Steven Gilbert, PhD and Toxipedia; resources on environmental health
4/26/2016Foul FragranceResearcher Anne C. Steinemann, PhD, from the University of Washington, discusses the stew of hazardous materials in products scented by artificial fragrance.; Resources: Anne C. Steinemann, PhD; Environmental Working Group Campaign for Safe Cosmetics; resources on environmental health and on detoxification; Comment: Chemical Intolerance
4/19/2016Noise Pollution and HealthRetired research physician and anti-noise activist Dr. Louis Hagler discusses his groundbreaking article about the health effects of noise pollution.; Resources: Noise Pollution: A Modern Plague by Lisa Goines, RN and Louis Hagler, MD; Noise Off www.noiseoff.org; Noise Pollution Clearinghouse www.nonoise.org; Noise Free America www.noisefree.org; League for the Hard of Hearing www.lhh.org/noise; Resources on environmental health and resources on children’s health; Comment: The War on Vitamins
4/5/2016False Solutions to Climate ChangeWriter and educator Jeff Conant, from The Global Justice Ecology Project, discusses three money driven, false solutions to climate change that threaten indigenous homelands, forests, and the health of the world's people, land, oceans, and air.; Resources: Global Justice Ecology Project and Climate Connections; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics; Comment: Health Science is Common Property
3/22/2016Nuclear Consequences: The Long ViewJanette Sherman, M.D., translator and editor of the book "Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment," published by the New York Academy of Sciences and Ernest Sternglass, PhD, physicist and anti-nuclear activist since the 1950s, review the history and consequences of nuclear testing and nuclear power plants, in light of the Japanese disaster.; Resources: Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment; Janette Sherman’s website; UC Berkeley Nuclear Engineering Monitoring System; Radiation and Public Health Project; Resources on radiation, resources on environmental health, and resources on health politics
3/8/2016Women’s Rights and a Healthy PlanetRobert Engelman, author of More: Population, Nature, and What Women Want, discusses how support for women’s reproductive rights is the best strategy for achieving a sustainable population.; Resources: More: Population, Nature, and What Women Want by Robert Engelman; World Watch Institute www.worldwatch.org; Health and the Rise of Civilization by Mark Nathan Cohen; resources on women’s health, resources on environmental health, and resources on health politics; Comment: A Healthy Natural Environment
2/2/2016Critiquing the Anthropocene TheoryJeffry Fawcett PhD and Layna Berman review the Anthropocene Theory, its media impact, critics, and political implications.; Resources: Advocating the concept: The Anthropocene biosphere; Critiquing the concept: The geology of mankind? A critique of the Anthropocene narrative; Resources on environmental health
1/26/2016An Electronic Silent SpringAuthor Katie Singer talks about her book An Electronic Silent Spring. Layna and Jeffry then discuss some testimonials from her book, which is a forum of scientists, parents, and electrosensitives about the health consequences for humans, trees, birds and other mammals of the proliferating wireless revolution.; Resources: An Electronic Silent Spring by Katie Singer; Resources on environmental heatlh and resources on wireless technology
1/5/2016Health and the Rise of CivilizationMark Nathan Cohen, PhD professor of anthropology and author of Health and the Rise of Civilization discusses how humans developed as hunter-gatherers and what was lost when they turned to agriculture.; Resources: Health and the Rise of Civilization by Mark Nathan Cohen; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet, resources on environmental health, and resources on health politics; Comment: Economics and Finance
11/10/2015Dark TimesHealth educator Layna Berman discusses strategies for using the dark time of year to prepare for growth during the Spring.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on environmental heatlh and resources on mind, mood, and stress; Comment: Feeling Powerless and Being Powerless
10/13/2015The Millennial RevolutionTim Kelly is a public school teacher in inner city schools and a lawyer. He discusses his strategies for saving the planet by teaching ecology and a love of nature to the underserved and protecting them from the industrial prison complex. ; Resources: Fort Ross Conservancy; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics
10/6/2015Clouds Go In, Clouds Go OutHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD contrast practices that emphasize the cultivation of happiness with practices that put experiences and feelings to work in improving our physical and social environment.; Resources: Re:Imagining Change; Resources on environmental health, mind, mood, and stress, and health politics
9/1/2015GaiaStephen Harrod Buhner, senior researcher for the Foundation for Gaian Studies discusses his book Plant Intelligence, which explores the Gaia principle.; Resources: Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm: Beyond the Doors of Perception Into the Dreaming of Earth by Stephen Harrod Buhner; The Foundation for Gaian Studies; Resources on environmental health
8/11/2015Designing Out Endocrine DisruptionGreen Chemist Terry Collins PhD is the Teresa Heinz Professor of Green Chemistry and Director of the Institute for Green Science Department of Chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University. He will be discussing a new protocol for testing chemicals to prevent the release of more hazardous endocrine disrupting materials.; Resources: Institute for Green Science www.chem.cmu.edu/groups/collins/; Resources on environmental health and resources on hormones; Comment: Risky Business
7/7/2015Bioinitiative Working Group UpdateCindy Sage, co-editor of the ongoing Bioinitiative Report, discusses the alarming new research on EMF and wireless radiation exposure and how that information has been suppressed.; Resources: Bioinitiative Report bioinitiative.org; Resources on wireless technologies, resources on health politics, and resources on environmental health; Comment: Green Doesn’t Mean Nontoxic
6/23/2015Dangerous PassivityLayna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett PhD discuss the importance of individual assertive control over health crises. Included is the importance of the immune system and how it gets challenged.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Linus Pauling Institute; GreenMedInfo; Orthomolecular Medicine News Service; Resources on alternative healing, resources on immunity, resources on health politics, and resources on environmental health
6/16/2015How Life Changes ItselfLayna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett talk about the work of James Shapiro, PhD, University of Chicago researcher in microbial genetics, about the science of how organisms adapt their own genome and the genome of other organisms in response to environmental change, the genetic science the describes the process, and how current biotechnology makes a mess of it.; Resources: James Shapiro, PhD; Evolution: A View from the 21st Century by James Shapiro; The Institute for Responsible Technology; Institute of Science in Sociaty; Resources on diet, nutrition, and food and resources on environmental health
6/9/2015The Untold Story of Lyme DiseaseDirector Andy Abrahams Wilson from Open Eye Pictures discusses his new film Under Our Skin with Dana Walsh who was included in the film and has gone on to work educating people.; Resources: Andy Abrahams Wilson website Under Our Skin: The Untold Story of Lyme Disease; Dana Walsh website Lyme Less Live More; Resources on immunity and infections, resources on environmental health, and resources on chronic illness; Comment: Monsanto’s Scientific Community
6/2/2015Wireless Revolution: Research/Policy ImplicationsJoel M. Moskowitz PhD, Director and Principal Investigator at the Center for Family and Community Health at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health; Resources: Electromagnetic Radiation Safety; Resources on wireless technologies, resources on health politics, and resources on environmental health; Comment: Green Doesn’t Mean Nontoxic
5/26/2015Life EverlastingBiologist and author Bernd Heinrich describes the intricate relationship between all living things and the way that all creatures contribute to the creation of new life.; Resources: Life Everlasting: The Animal Way of Death by Bernd Heinrich; resources on environmental health; Comment: The Society of Organisms
5/19/2015A Story of Risk: Wireless TechAuthor, educator, and storyteller Katie Singer explores the advancement of wireless technology by telling the story of a physicist and electrical engineer who has been betrayed by the very technologies he devoted his life to.; Resources: An Electronic Silent Spring by Katie Singer; Resources on environmental heatlh and resources on wireless technology
2/3/2015The Vegetarian MythEnvironmental activist Lierre Keith, 20-year vegan and author of The Vegetarian Myth discusses the many ways in which people have been led astray by ideas about vegetarianism as Lierre discovered through her own experience and research.; Resources: The Vegetarian Myth by Lierre Keith; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet, resources on environmental health and resources on politics; Comment: Preserving the Cholesterol Myth
1/20/2015Where Do We Go From Here?Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss technologies that are being promoted that are harming the planet, including new science on the harm from GM foods and glyphosate pesticides. Also discussed is how to cut back on energy use by living simply.; Resources: Resources on environmental health
11/11/2014Observing Nature One Detail at a TimeBiology Professor and author David Haskell discusses his book The Forest Unseen, filled with essays about the complexity and interactions between all the life in one square meter of an old-growth forest.; Resources: David Haskell’s blog Ramble; The Forest Unseen: A Year's Watch in Nature by David George Haskell; resources on environmental health; Comment: Technological Immersion
11/4/2014SilenceJournalist George Prochnik, author of In Pursuit of Silence: Listening for Meaning in a World of Noise, discusses noise and silence, how they affect us, why we seek them, and the virtues of silence.; Resources: George Prochnik’s website for In Pursuit of Silence; Resources on environmental health and resources on mind, mood, and stress; Comment: Learning What’s Fair
10/28/2014The Global GardenBotanist and self-described renegade scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger, author of The Global Forest, discusses how forests affect health: individual, collective, ecological, global.; Resources: Archangel Ancient Tree Archive website; The Global Forest by Diana Beresford-Kroeger; Resources on environmental health; Comment: Emergent Properties of the Brain
7/1/2014Nuclear Radiation Risks Here and AbroadMary Beth Brangan and Jim Heddle from Ecological Options Network report on the news from Fukishima as well as the ongoing dangers from the U.S policies on waste disposal and power plant stability here.; Resources: Planetarian Perspectives and Ecological Options Network and Shutdown: The California Fukushima Connection; resources on environmental health, resources on radiation, and resources on health politics and advocacy; Comment: Dioxin in Your Cake
6/24/2014Cleaner ElectricityElectrician and electronics diagnostician Dave Stetzer from Stetzer Consulting discusses how to maintain a healthy electrical home.; Resources: Stetzer Consulting; resources on environmental health and resources on radiation; Comment: Dioxin in Your Cake
4/8/2014Epigenetics and EvolutionMichael Skinner PhD, founder and director of the Washington State University and University of Idaho Center for Reproductive Biology joins the program to discuss findings that show damage from environmental toxins are passed on to future progeny through epigenetics.; Resources: Michael Skinner PhD; resources on environmental health, and resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health; Comment: Radiation Experiments
3/25/2014Healing Lyme and CoinfectionsHerbalist Stephen Harrod Buhner discusses his two books written both for patients and doctors, explaining the etiology and treatment of Lyme and coninfections using both conventional and plant medicine.; Resources: Healing Lyme and Healing Lyme Disease Coinfections by Stephen Harrod Buhner; Foundation for Gaian Studies; Resources on immunity and infections, resources on environmental health, and resources on chronic illness; Comment: Transpoosion and GMOs
3/11/2014The Role of SulfurStephanie Seneff, PhD is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory who did her undergraduate degree in biology. She has coauthored several recently published papers proposing that dietary deficiencies in critical nutrients such as sulfur, taurine, zinc, and choline, as well as insufficient sun exposure compounded by chronic exposure to environmental toxicants, particularly glyphosate and aluminum, can explain many modern diseases/conditions, such as autism, heart disease, obesity, arthritis and Alzheimer's disease. ; Resources: Stephanie Seneff’s website; resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on cardiovascular and heart health, resources on diabetes, and resources on environmental health; Comment: Involuntary Medical Experiments
1/14/2014Is That a Tumor or Are You Glad to See Me?Environmental consultant Cindy Sage, editor of both the Bioinitiative Report of 2007 and the new updated Bioinitiative Report of 2013 unpacks the results of over 1800 new studies showing harm to health from wireless technologies. Special attention is paid to the risks for children and developing fetus.; Resources: Bioinitiative Report bioinitiative.org; Resources on wireless technologies and resources on environmental health; Comment: Use a Mobile Device, Fall Over and Vomit
11/12/2013Fukushima on Our ShoreAward-winning filmmakers Mary Beth Brangan and Jim Heddle from the Ecological Options Network have been covering the Fukushima crisis from the beginning. They discuss the latest news, the politics, and how citizens can protect themselves and work to improve our future.; Resources: Planetarian Perspectives and Ecological Options Network; resources on environmental health, resources on radiation, and resources on health politics and advocacy; Comment: A Test for Insanity
10/29/2013Farm Bill/Anti FarmerJudith McGeary, attorney, small farmer, and the executive director of the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance discusses the FDA’s flawed food safety regulations contained in the new Farm Bill, which is due to be voted on this November.; Resources: Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance; Resources on food, resources on heatlh politics, and resources on environmental heatlh; Comment: User Hostile
10/8/2013American MeatIndependent film maker Graham Meriwether, director of Leave it Better film production company, tells the story of American meat production and how it can be changed to support the lives of farmers, customers, animals and the environment in his new film American Meat.; Resources: American Meat and Leave It Better; Resources on food, resources on environmental health, and resources on animals; Comment: Health and Justice
10/1/2013Take Back Your PowerFilmmaker Josh del Sol discusses his film Take Back Your Power about the overwhelming health, privacy and civil rights violations of the smart meter program.; Resources: Take Back Your Power; Resources on radiation, resources on heatlh politics, and resources on environmental heatlh
9/17/2013Engagement as HealthcareLayna Berman recommends a state of engagement, personally and globally, as an essential first step towards healing.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on environmental health and resources on mind, mood, and stress; Comment: Charity and Agency
9/10/2013Politics of the Wireless RevolutionB. Blake Levitt, science Journalist and author of books about the health effects of electromagnetic and radio frequency non ionizing radiation, discusses the implications of the likely Thomas Wheeler nomination as head of the FCC and impeding loss of our copper land line phone system. ; Resources: Blake Levitt's website blakelevitt.com; EMR Policy Institute; www.emrpolicy.org; Resources on radiation, resources on heatlh politics, and resources on environmental heatlh; Comment: Avoidable Death
6/18/2013Obesity as a SymptomHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss how weight gain is not a disease but a symptom of deeper metabolic disruption, focusing on the role of obesogens.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; the blog post Obestiy as a Symptom; Resources on diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and obesity, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on exercise and musculoskeletal health, resources on environmental health, and resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health.; Comment: The Obesity Vaccine
6/11/2013Health Considerations for the Digital RevolutionMedical and science journalist B. Blake Levitt has devoted more than twenty years to the topic of environmental effects from nonionizing wireless radiation. She will discusses the current state of the proliferation of wireless technologies and the science regarding its health consequences.; Resources: Blake Levitt's website blakelevitt.com; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental heatlh; Comment: Save the Turtles!
4/30/2013When It′s All Too MuchHealth educator Layna Berman discusses health and heart strategies for surviving dark times.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on mind, mood, and stress; resources on chronic illness; resources on diabetes; resources on environmental health; resources on heart health; resources on immunity; resources on wireless technology; Comment: Nano-silver Poisoning
3/19/2013Fluoridate NEVERDr. Paul Connett, retired professor of environmental chemistry and toxicology and director of the Fluoride Action Network, advocates for citizen resistance to the fluoridation of their county water systems to avoid severe and well-documented health consequences.; Resources: Fluoride Free Sonoma County; Fluoride Out; Fluoride Action Network; Resources on politics, and resources on environmental health, and resources on dentistry; Comment: Addictive Food
2/26/2013SHUT DOWN San Onofre!Mary Beth Brangan and James Heddle are Award-winning filmmakers. They co-direct EON, The Ecological Options Network, a non-profit media service for progressive organizations and campaigns. They join the program with two videos about the scandalous violations at the San Onofre nuclear power plant and citizen activism pushing for its shut down as well as all other nuclear power plants.; Resources: Ecological Options Network eon3.net; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental health; Comment: Save the Planet at All Costs
1/8/2013Health News to Watch ForMichael Green, executive director of the Center for Environmental Health, discusses campaigns against toxins such as flame retardants, lead, and hormone disrupting chemicals in products and the progress to date. ; Resources: Center for Environmental Health www.ceh.org; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics; Comment: EMF in the Short- and Long-term
11/27/2012Green Economy From the GrassrootsTony Coleman, founder and director of One Fam/Bikes 4 Life, has been a non-profit organizer and activist for seventeen years. His grassroots organization has created successful green jobs to encourage the financial independence of young people and to create viable alternatives to incarceration.; Resources: One Fam website www.onefam.org and Bike 4 Life website www.bikes4life.com; Resources on environmental health and resources on health politics; Comment: Fear and the Fiscal Cliff
11/13/2012Our Animal NatureCardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD discusses her book Zoobiquity that looks to our animal inheritance for clues about how we learn, get sick, and behave.; Resources: Zoobiquity website www.zoobiquity.com; resources on animals and resources on environmental health; Comment: Neolithic Health in a Capitalist Economy
10/16/2012GMO, It's What's For Dinner!Author, GMO expert and founder of The Institute for Responsible Technology, Jeffrey Smith discusses his new film Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives.; Resources: The Institute for Responsible Technology www.responsibletechnology.org; Resources on diet, nutrition, and food and resources on environmental health; Comment: Microbiome, Biodiversity, Synthetic Life
10/9/2012Reforest the Planet, Now!Author and journalist Jim Robbins, author of The Man Who Planted Trees, and David Milarch, the subject of the book, discuss the Champion Tree Project, which works to propagate and preserve the genetic heritage of the world's last old-growth forest giants.; Resources: Champion Tree Project website ancienttreearchive.org; Jim Robbins's website www.jim-robbins.net; Resources on environmental health; Comment: Chemical Intolerance
9/4/2012The Case Against FluoridePaul Connett, PhD, professor, toxicology expert, and director of the Fluoride Action Network, discusses his newest book The Case Against Fluoride: How hazardous waste ended up in our drinking water and the bad science and powerful politics that keep it there.; Resources: Fluoride Action Network; Resources on politics, and resources on environmental health, and resources on dentistry; Comment: Science and the Felt Life
8/28/2012Smart Meter LawsuitSandi Maurer,founder and director of the EMF Safety Network, reveals plans to sue the CPUC on behalf of ratepayers for its failure to protect citizens from health and privacy issues caused by wireless, electromagnetic smart meters.; Resources: EMF Safety Network website; Resources on environmental health and resources on radiation and wireless technology; Comment: The Obesity Vaccine
8/21/2012Call of the WildDr. Bernie Krause has devoted himself to music and recording the sounds of nature. His book is The Great Animal Orchestra.; Resources: Wild Sanctuary website; The Great Animal Orchestra: Finding the Origins of Music in the World's Wild Places by Bernie Krause; Resources on environmental health; Comment: Eggs Are Bad for You—Again
8/7/2012Good ExposuresHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD ask, “How do we create environments that sustain health?” We eliminate stress, nurture each other, especially children, feed them well, build community, and live in harmony with the natural world.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on environmental heatlh and resources on health politics, advocacy, prevention, and social health; Comment: The Statin Story
5/22/2012Evidence of HarmFilmmakers Mary Beth Brangan and James Heddle from Ecological Options Network discuss what they've learned documenting the SmartMeter opt-out proceedings, the wireless summit in Washington DC, and a strategy summit designed to push environmental organizations to commit to resistance against nuclear energy.; Resources: Ecological Options Network www.eon3.net; resources on environmental health, resources on radiation, and resources on health politics and advocacy; Comment: Knowing What's Good for You
4/17/2012Insisting on Safe Personal ProductsStacy Malkan, cofounder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, and author of Not Just a Pretty Face, and Allison Cook, from the Story of Stuff Project discuss political and grassroots efforts to get toxins out of personal products.; Resources: Campaign for Safe Cosmetics; Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry by Stacy Malkan; The Story of Cosmetics; Resources on environmental health, on women’s health and men’s health, and on children’s health; Comment: Lead Poisoning Large and Small
3/13/2012Fukushima: More Lies and Cover-upsProfessor Akira Murakami from Japan’s Akita University will talk about the ongoing health effects and the government lies and media cover-up from the Fukushima nuclear disaster. We are joined by Marybeth Brangan of Ecological Options Network.; Resources: Ecological Options Network eon3EMFblog.net; Resources on radiation, resources on environmental heatlh, and resources on health politics, advocacy, prevention, and social health; Comment: Herd Immunity
2/21/2012Living Lightly TogetherSociologist Jennifer Fosket, PhD discusses from her book Living Green and the various communities that she and her co-author studied as examples of people living together using non-toxic, sustainable practices, and building techniques.; Resources: Social Green website socialgreen.org; ; Resources on environmental heatlh and resources on health politics, advocacy, prevention, and social health; Comment: The Soup We’re In
1/24/2012Being Your Own ProgramHealth integrationist Layna Berman discusses creating your own individualized program, one that meets your special needs and that promotes a stronger relationship with your health.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman.; Comment: Common Knowledge
1/10/2012Smart Meter Resistance UpdateActivists Josh Hart from Stop Smart Meters! and Sandi Maurer from EMF Safety Network discuss the latest proposals in response to citizen resistance to the Smart Meter rollout.; Resources: Stop Smart Meters! website stopsmartmeters.org; Stop EMF Safety Network website emfsafetynetwork.org; Resources at How to stop SmartMeters; Resources on radiation, resources on health politics and advocacy, and resources on environmental health; Comment: Genetically Modified Facts
11/29/2011How Safe is That New Meter?Cindy Sage, nationally renowned environmental land use consultant and author of assessments of wireless and cell tower installations, reviews her critique of the newest EPRI Technical Report designed to reassure the public about the safety of Smart Meters.; Resources: Cindy Sage analysis Assessment of Radiofrequency Microwave Radiation Emissions from Smart Meters; EMF Safety Network Resources on wireless technologies; Comment: Off-target Effects
10/18/2011An Epidemic of Chronically Ill KidsBeth Lambert, healthcare consultant, author and executive director of PEACE (Parents Ending America’s Childhood Epidemic) discusses her book A Compromised Generation.; Resources: Parents Ending America’s Childhood Epidemic www.epidemicanswers.org; A Compromised Generation: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America's Children by Beth Lambert; Resources on environmental heatlh and resources on children’s health; Comment: Environmental Determinants of Health
10/4/2011Green ChemistryTerry Collins, PhD, leader of the Institute for Green Science at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses green chemistry: the design of chemical processes that are non-toxic and sustainable.; Resources: Institute for Green Science www.chem.cmu.edu/groups/collins/; Resources on environmental health; Comment: What Experts Think
7/17/2011Pesticides Coming Your WayNan Wishner from California Environmental Health Initiative and Paul Towers from Pesticide Action Network bring us up to date on sneaky new attempts to apply yet more pesticides to our water, air, and food.; Resources: California Environmental Health Initiative website www.cal-ehi.org; Pesticide Action Network website www.panna.org; Resources on environmental health, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, and resources on health politics,
6/28/2011Is This Even Legal?Attorney Larry Bragman is Mayor of the town of Fairfax in Marin County, California, where he introduced and authored Fairfax's 2010 groundbreaking Smart Meter Moratorium. Josh Hart is the director of Stop Smart Meters, a journalist and activist who is leading a citizen revolt against wireless utility meters. They both join the show to discuss how citizens can protect their civil rights, privacy, and health from the proliferation of wireless technologies.; Resources: Stop Smart Meters! website stopsmartmeters.org; Resources at How to stop SmartMeters; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental health
4/19/2011Grassroots Revolt Against Smart MetersJoshua Hart, freelance journalist, activist, and director of Stop Smart Meters, discusses anti-smart meter resistance in California and across the country. Included will be information about the California Public Utilities Commission’s recent request for an opt out solution that falls short of giving rate payers an actual choice about protecting their health and privacy. ; Resources: Stop Smart Meters! website stopsmartmeters.org; Resources at How to stop SmartMeters; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental health
3/29/2011Health Effects of Nuclear Radiation from All SourcesErnest Sternglass, PhD, physicist and anti-nuclear activist since the 1950s, discusses what we know about the dangerous effects of nuclear radiation from all sources.; Resources: Radiation and Public Health Project www.radiation.org; Resources on radiation
12/14/2010The Body as an EcologyHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD, authors of Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health, discuss a core principle in their practice: the body works as an integrated whole. Selected health issues are used as examples including practical application of the principle to support and restore health.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources from Your Own Health And Fitness listed by topic
10/5/2010Industry Censored Cell Phone ScienceDevra Davis, PhD, MPH, author of Disconnect discusses how industry censors the science that shows harm from cell phones and their radiation. Also on the show: Ellie Marks, an activist whose husband was diagnosed with a malignant glioma, and electronic engineer Lloyd Morgan who is also a brain tumor survivor.; Resources: Environmental Health Trust; Resources on radiation, resources on health politics, resources on cancer, and resources on environmental health
8/10/2010AnxietyAn exploration of the origins and triggers, both environmentally and psychosocially, for anxiety and hyperarousal. Health educator Layna Berman discusses how to support and balance the endocrine system, introduce nutritional protection, and practice prudent avoidance of irritants.; Resources: Resources on mind, mood, and stress, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on wireless, EMF, and RFR, resources on environmental health, and resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health
6/29/2010Fetal ProgrammingDan Agin, PhD, Emeritus Associate Professor of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology at the University of Chicago and author of More than Genes discusses how our increasingly toxic world affects children and their potential even before they’re born.; Resources: More Than Genes by Dan Agin; Dan Agin’s blog on the Huffington Post; Resources on environmental health and on children’s health
5/4/2010Buying GreenJournalist Heather Rogers, author of Green Gone Wrong, discusses how market solutions to environmental threats have failed and what actions we can take to be green for good.; Resources: Healther Rogers and Green Gone Wrong: How Our Economy Is Undermining the Environmental Revolution; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on environmental health, and resources on health politics
4/6/2010Smart and UnhealthyEnvironmental consultant Cindy Sage, contributing editor of the Bioinitiative Report, discusses the health and other risks we will face when wireless Smart Meters are installed on our homes.; Resources: Are Smart Meters Smart?; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental health
2/9/2010Wireless Risks in the MainstreamJournalists Christopher Ketcham and Michael Segell discuss the risks of wireless technologies and dirty electricity from their work published in GQ magazine (Ketcham) and Prevention magazine (Segell)—to date, the most prominent in mainstream media.; Resources: Warning: Your Cell Phone May Be Hazardous to Your Health by Christopher Ketcham; Electroshocker: A Prevention Special Report by Michael Segell; Resources on radiation and on environmental health
2/2/2010Living Like an ImmortalHealth educator Layna Berman contests the major myth of aging: that degeneration is inevitable. And she offers suggestions for healthy longevity from the inside out.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on aging, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on exercise and musculoskeletal health, resources on environmental health, resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health, and resources on mind, mood, and stress.
1/5/2010Not-So-Smart GridScience journalist Blake Levitt and electrical engineer Michael Neuert discuss the potential risks of the Smart Grid, the wireless electric utility metering and monitoring network imposed on us without our consent.; Resources: TURN (The Utility Reform Network) article and petition; EMF Safety Network petition; Blake Levitt's website blakelevitt.com; Neuert Electromagnetic Services www.emfcenter.com; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental health
7/14/2009Mercury PoliticsJane Hightower, MD, author of Diagnosis Mercury: Money, Politics, and Poison, discusses her discovery that her Marin County, California patients who ate lots of sushi and tuna had astronomical mercury levels. ; Resources: Diagnosis Mercury by Jane Hightower; resources on environmental health and resources on detoxification
5/12/2009Raising Food Ecologically All YearToby Hemenway, author of Gaia’s Garden, and Elliot Coleman, author of The Winter Harvest Handbook, discuss gardening and farming by nature’s rules.; Resources: Gaia’s Garden by Toby Hemenway and his website www.patternliteracy.com, The Winter Harvest Handbook by Elliot Coleman and his website www.fourseasonfarm.com; resources on food, nutrition, and diet and resources on environmental health
5/5/2009Breast Cancer and Early PubertyNancy Evans, health science consultant to the Breast Cancer Fund, discusses the environmental causes of breast cancer and the early onset of puberty.; Resources: Breast Cancer Fund www.breastcancerfund.org; Resources on cancer, resources on women’s health, resources on children’s health, and resources on environmental health
4/7/2009Reducing EMF in Your HomeEnvironmental consultant Michael R. Neuert, MA, BSME, discusses common EMF exposures in the home, their effects, and how to reduce and eliminate them.; Resources: Neuert Electromagnetic Services www.emfcenter.com; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental health
12/23/2008Shielding EMFsEmil DeToffol from Less EMF Inc. offers scientific suggestions for electromagnetic field shielding in the home and office, when you can't control the exposure from the source.; Resources: Less EMF, Inc. www.lessemf.com/; Resources on radiation and resources on environmental health
12/16/2008Electronics Recycling ScamSarah Westervelt, e-Waste Project Coordinator for the Basel Action Network, uncovers the ugly truth about the alleged recycling of consumer electronics and cell phones.; Resources: Basel Action Network website www.ban.org; Resources on environmental health
9/16/2008Toxic AssaultInvestigative journalists Philip and Alice Shabecoff, authors of Poisoned Profits, discuss the health effects of the first generation to grow up constantly exposed to industrial toxins.; Resources: Poisoned Profits by Philip and Alice Shabecof; Poisoned Profits website www.poisonedprofits.com; resources on environmental health and on detoxification
6/17/2008Why the US is Importing Toxic ProductsMark Schapiro, author of Exposed, discusses how new laws protecting Europeans and no protections for Americans is causing toxic products to be dumped on the U.S. market. ; Resources: Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Products and What's at Stake for American Power by Mark Schapiro; Center for Investigative Reporting centerforinvestigativereporting.org/; resources on environmental health and on health politics
5/6/2008From Radio Frequency to Bug SprayProtecting citizen health from corporate power. An interview with film makers Mary Beth Brangan and James Heddle from EON Ecological Options Network.; Resources: Ecological Options Network www.eon3.net; resources on environmental health, resources on radiation, and resources on health politics and advocacy
4/1/2008HypersensitivityHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss hypersensitivity both to chemicals and electromagnetic fields. The hour includes a review of the science and practical solutions for identifying the source of symptoms and prudent mitigation.; Resources: Scientific articles discussed on the show; resources on allergies, resources on environmental health, resources on EMF, resources on chronic illness, and The Highly Sensitive Person by Elaine Aron
3/25/2008Pesticides in Your FoodOrganic farmer Will Allen, PhD, author of The War on Bugs discusses the hidden history of how the use of chemicals in food production has been a triumph of manipulation and a failure of science.; Resources: The War on Bugs by Will Allen; The War on Bugs websitewww.thewaronbugsbook.com; Organic Consumers Association www.organicconsumers.org; resources on food and on environmental health
2/26/2008Aerial Spraying and DetoxificationHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss the risks posed by aerial spraying against the light brown apple moth and other agricultural pests along with detoxication methods for protection against these exposures; Resources: Stop the Spraying www.stopthespray.org; resources on environmental health and on detoxification
2/5/2008Eating SustainablyHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss sustainable food choices from the perspective of ecologically and socially sustainable practices in production, distribution, and impact on individual health.; Resources: Resources on nutrition and on environmental health; Sustainable Health Institute www.sustainablehealthinstitute.org
12/25/2007Stress Related IllnessHealth Educator Layna Berman covers principles for the avoidance and healing of stress related illness.; Resources: Resources on mind, mood, and stress, resources on environmental health, and resources on hormones
12/4/2007WiMax: The Next Wireless ExposureLibby Kelley, Executive Director of the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety and founder of Council on Wireless Technology Impacts, discusses this latest wireless technology, its risks, and an upcoming meeting of activists and scientists concerned about its spread. Includes extended discussion on self-care not available on the broadcast version.; Resources: Council on Wireless Technology Impacts (CWTI) www.energyfields.org, International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety (ICEMS) www.icems.eu, resources on raditation
11/27/2007Bioinitiative: Standards for ElectrosmogCindy Sage and David O. Carpenter, MD discuss the Bioinitiative Report that proposes better standards for exposure to electromagnetic fields based on the work of leading scientists. Includes extended discussion on self-care not available on the broadcast version.; Resources: Bioinitiative Report www.bioinitiative.org; Resources on radiation
10/23/2007Untreatable Chronic Illness: A BreakthroughProfessor of biochemistry and medical science Martin Pall, PhD, author of Explaining Unexplained Illness, discusses his discoveries for chronic illnesses formerly considered untreatable, including a discussion of effective nutrient therapies.; Resources: Martin Pall, PhD Washington State University research page; Explaining Unexplained Illnesses by Martin Pall; Resources on chronic illness; Resources on environmental health
8/28/2007Does Green Mean Non-toxic?Health educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss toxic risks in “green” products and describe how to avoid exposures and boost detoxification pathways.; Resources: Resources on environmental health and on detoxification; Cradle to Cradle by William McDonough and Michael Baumgart; Environmental Working Group www.ewg.org; Our Stolen Future www.ourstolenfuture.org; Microwave News www.microwavenews.com; Electromagnetic Fields: A Consumer's Guide to the Issues and How to Protect Ourselves by B. Blake Levitt; Healthy Car www.healthycar.org; Toxic at Any Speed by the Ecology Center www.ecocenter.org; A Small Dose of Toxicology www.asmalldoseof.org
8/14/2007Drinking WaterColin Ingram discusses how to eliminate toxins from your water.; Resources: The Drinking Water Book by Colin Ingram
7/24/2007Resistance to Citywide WiFiDoug Loranger, from San Francisco Neighborhood Antenna Free Union, discusses how citizens are mobilizing against exposure to citywide wireless Internet access.; Resources: San Francisco Neighborhood Antenna Free Union www.antennafreeunion.org; Resources on radiation
6/12/2007Furniture ToxinsHealth educator Layna Berman is joined by Mike Lavin from European Sleepworks to discuss the hidden toxins in furniture, fabrics, and bedding, and also discuss healthier alternatives.; Resources: European Sleepworks www.sleepworks.com;Resources on environmental health
5/1/2007Controlling Pests Without ToxinsArthur Slater, entomologist and retired pest control director at UC Berkeley, discusses how to control residential pests without the use of toxins.; Resources: Resources on environmental health
4/3/2007High EMF Risk from Personal OrganizersEnvironmental consultant Cindy Sage discusses the latest research on wireless technology's possible risks to humans and the environment. PDA exposures from blackberry and treo units, among others, create exceptionally high exposures when worn on or very near the body. She will discuss these exposures, their possible health consequences, and ways to reduce exposure.; Resources: Sage Associates www.sageassociates.net; Resources on environmental health and resources on radiation: wireless, EMR, RFR, and ionizing radiation
3/27/2007Public Health and Toxic WasteDavid O. Carpenter MD, director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University of Albany, where he is also professor of environmental health and toxicology and former dean of the School of Public Health, discusses where and how people are exposed to environmental stressors and what role of public health institutions in protecting us.; Resources: Institute for Health and the Environment www.albany.edu/ihe/; Resources on environmental health, resources on detoxification, resources on diabetes, resources on heart health, resources on chronic illness, and resources on EMF and radiation
3/6/2007DetoxificationHealth educator Layna Berman discusses the body's natural detoxification pathways and how to boost them using nutrients.; Resources: Resources on detoxification and addiction and on environmental health
2/13/2007Fluoride DangersChemist Paul Connett, PhD, from Fluoride Action Network discusses the dangers of fluoride and the history of its introduction.; Resources: Fluoride Deception by Christopher Bryson and the Fluoride Action Network www.fluoridealert.org
1/16/2007Health Risks from Nonionizing RadiationResearcher Henry Lai, PhD of the University of Washington discusses the latest research on the health risks from wireless technologies.; Resources: Resources on radiation
11/21/2006Eating Seasonally and LocallyChef Jessica Prentice discusses the principles of sustainable eating.; Resources: Full Moon Feast: Food and the Hunger for Connection by Jessica Prentice and Wise Food Ways www.wisefoodways.com
10/10/2006Healthy Home InspectionEnvironmental economist and health educator Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discusses how to identify and control exposures to pollutants, toxins, allergens, molds, and nonionizing radiation in the home and office.; Resources: Resource on environmental health
7/11/2006EMF Health NewsLouis Slesin, publisher of Microwave News, discusses current developments in industry and science concerning the health effects of non-ionizing radiation.; Resources: Microwave News www.microwavenews.com
6/27/2006Poisoned ProgressRandall Fitzgerald discusses his book The Hundred-Year Lie about modern life increasing toxic body burden. The show includes how to identify exposures and detoxification support.; Resources: The Hundred-Year Lie by Randall Fitzgerald http://www.hundredyearlie.com
5/30/2006Dirty Electricity and EMF Health DangersMagda Havas, BSc, PhD, Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies, Trent University, Ontario, Canada discusses low dose radiation health effects.; Resources: Publications by Dr. Havas www.electricalpollution.com and www.stop-emf.ca; Graham Stetzer filters www.stetzerelectric.com and www.getpurepower.ca; Resources on radiation
5/16/2006Non-Toxic HomeArchitect Carol Venolia and Susan Bahl from Natural Home Design Center discuss creating a non-toxic home and office.; Resources: Natural Home Design Center website; Natural Remodeling for the Not-So-Green House: How to Bring Your House into Harmony With Nature by Carol Venolia and Kelly Lerner www.naturalremodeling.com
4/25/2006The Science of RFR Health RisksOlle Johansson, MD associate professor in the Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuoscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden discusses new research about the dangers of exposure to radio frequency radiation from cell phones and wireless technologies.; Resources: Resources on radiation
3/14/2006Where You're Exposed and What to Do: EMF and RFREnvironmental consultant Cindy Sage and medical journalist B. Blake Levitt offer practical alternatives and protection from electrosmog exposure.; Resources: Electromagnetic Fields: A Consumer's Guide to the Issues and How to Protect Ourselves by B. Blake Levitt; Blake Levitt's website blakelevitt.com; Sage Associates www.sageassociates.net
2/7/2006Wireless Public Health CrisisMedical journalist Blake Levitt, activist Jan Newton, president of the EMR Policy Institute, and activist Doug Loranger, maker of the film Bad Reception: The Wireless Revolution in San Francisco, discuss the very disturbing science showing wireless technology's dangers and how the public can protect itself.; Resources: Electromagnetic Fields: A Consumer's Guide to the Issues and How to Protect Ourselves by B. Blake Levitt; Blake Levitt's website blakelevitt.com; EMR Policy Institute; www.emrpolicy.org; Bad Reception: The Wireless Revolution in San Francisco a film by Doug Loranger, DVD availble at the Free Speech Network; San Francisco Neighborhood Antenna-Free Union www.antennafreeunion.org
11/29/2005ElectrosmogResearcher Olle Johansson, MD, associate professor in the Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, discusses long term studies showing the adverse health effects of exposure to radio frequency radiation from wireless technologies. Activist Doug Loranger discusses his film Bad Reception: The Wireless Revolution in San Francisco and community activism against citywide wireless broadband Internet access.; Resources: EMFacts Consultancy (Australia) www.emfacts.com; ; Bad Reception: The Wireless Revolution in San Francisco a film by Doug Loranger, DVD availble at the Free Speech Network; San Francisco Neighborhood Antenna-Free Union www.antennafreeunion.org
7/26/2005Public Health Risk from Depleted UraniumLeuren Moret, expert witness at the International Criminal Tribunal for Afghanistan, and physicist Ernest J. Sternglass, PhD discuss the public health risks to soldiers and civilians from depleted uranium drift.; Resources: Beyond Treason www.beyondtreason.com
7/19/2005Smart Exposures: Understanding Risks from EMF & RFRCindy Sage of Sage Associates, environmental consultants and public policy researchers, discusses the research and encourages prudence regarding exposure to radiation from cell phones and electromagnetic fields; Resources: Sage Associates www.sageassociates.net
3/1/2005Indoor Air PollutionPut a well person in a sick building and you get a sick person! Health educator Layna Berman discusses how to protect yourself at home and at work.; Resources: Resources on environmental health
5/11/2004Ecological Medicine UpdateKenny Ausubel, founder of the Bioneers Conference, discusses his newest book: a collection from the proceedings from a conference on a new movement in health care.; Resources: Ecological Medicine edited by Kenny Ausubel and the Bioneers Conference www.bioneers.org
5/6/2003The Effect of Lead and Mercury ExposureDr. Richard Canfield of Cornell discusses his research indicating that there might be no safe level of lead exposure; and Dr. Phillipe Grandjean of Harvard and the University of Southern Denmark discusses his research on methyl mercury exposure from fish and other sources.
10/22/2002Fatal Harvest: The Tragedy of Industrial AgricultureMonica Moore, co-director of Pesticide Action Network and Dave Henson, director of the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center discuss corrective measure for our farm crisis
8/20/2002Animal Self-MedicationResearcher Dr. Cindy Engel, PhD, discusses how wild animals medicate themselves; Resources: Wild Health by Cindy Engel
4/30/2002Non-Toxic Approaches to Residential PestsArthur Slater, entomologist and integrated pest management expert from UC Berkeley, discusses non-toxic, alternative approaches to residential pest management
3/26/2002Ecological MedicineKenny Ausubel, founder of the Bioneers Conference discusses the future of healing using ecological medicine; Resources: Ecological Medicine edited by Kenny Ausubel and the Bioneers Conference www.bioneers.org
12/19/2000Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by NatureScience writer, Janine Benyus; Resources: Biomimicry Institute; Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature by Janine Benyus; resources on environmental health
8/29/2000Cell Phones & Cordless Technology: Are They a Danger to Our Children?Environmental consultant Cindy Sage of Sage EMF Design discusses the dangers of cell and cordless phones as well as other sources of EMF radiation
1/18/2000Safe SeafoodDr. Steven Webster, Senior Marine Biologist at the Monterery Aquarium discusses safe and sustainable seafood options
11/2/1999Are Cell Phones Safe?Environmental consultant Cindy Sage of Sage EMF Design discusses the dangers of cell and cordless phones as well as other sources of EMF radiation
12/8/1998The Hazards of Cell Phones and EMFsEnvironmental consultant Cindy Sage of Sage EMF Design discusses the dangers of cell and cordless phones as well as other sources of EMF radiation
7/14/1998The Hidden Dangers of Residential PesticidesEntomologist, Arthur Slater MS, Instructor Structural Pest Control U.C. Berkeley and Justin Ruben, Pesticide Watch
3/10/1998Environmentally Healthy HomeDavid Kibbey, Natural Building Consultant
6/10/1997Safe Drinking WaterColin Ingram discusses safe drinking water.; Resources: The Drinking Water Book by Colin Ingram
8/29/1995Creating a Non-toxic Home and OfficeDavid Kibbey, Nat. Building Ntwrk and David Bierman, Accupuncturist

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