EHS as defined by Wikipedia

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EHS as defined by Wikipedia

sailplane
I find the EHS definition on wikipedia outdated:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_hypersensitivity

If anyone has info, I think we should collaborate to find evidence based information to improve this page. All it says is the condition is entirely in the mind.

Sweden has recognized this condition already, and that's not mentioned there at all. I am sure other advances in testing have been done too. I have found research by Dr. Magda Havas that has found an immediate reaction to wireless radiation. I'm not sure if it qualifies, and if it's double blind etc. But at least a small start with Sweden would be nice.  

This Popular Science article
http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2010-02/disconnected
talks about an engineer at Ericsson that literally falls to the ground if a phone rings next to him.  Does this not qualify for showing that there are indeed people who can 'feel' something?
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Re: EHS as defined by Wikipedia

Marc Martin
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Wikipedia is wrong about so many things, and if you try to correct it, someone will override your corrections and put it back to the wrong version.  So it's kind of a waste of time/effort.
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sailplane
It would make sense that whoever doesn't want EHS to be real would easily go to the lengths of keeping tabs on a wikipedia page.
Still, it's quite a shame.. but yes, at least wikipedia has the reputation of being wrong on many things, so that's a plus.
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Re: EHS as defined by Wikipedia

Merializer
Well, you must fight them with equal weapons.
If they appointed someone to check every change and edit that away,
so should we! Someone should re-post the correct info every time they
make it less correct. And check it every day or every hour.
it's Just copy past right ? i don't see why it can't be done.
Someone with good writing skills.
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