This topic has been an interest of mine for a few years. An electrical engineering colleague of mine, Jim Andrews, and I took EMF readings along the route of the wiring for the new Lucas center in the Presidio. We did this so we would have baseline data to compare to once the Lucas center was at ... Read More about Is electromagnetic radiation dangerous?
The same authors as in my previous post also did a survey of the literature for migraine prophylaxis.MAIN RESULTS: Twenty-two trials with 4419 participants (mean 201, median 42, range 27 to 1715) met the inclusion criteria. Six trials (including two large trials with 401 and 1715 patients) compared ... Read More about Acupuncture effective for migraine prophylaxis
Yet another study, this time from Germany, shows that acupuncture is more effective than routine care for headaches, this time for tension headaches specifically. This is another study looks at studies already performed and compiles the data. Two large trials compared acupuncture to treatment of ... Read More about Acupuncture effective for tension-type headache
In a follow up post to the one above, FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting) has an article by Candice O'Grady showing that there had been evidence of the danger of Bisphenol-A (BPA) as early as 1999. BPA is found in plastics and baby bottles. BPA was already being linked to serious ... Read More about Media failed to protect babies against BPA