Electromagnetic Fields: The Chemical Connection

Originally posted on Our Health and Environment Blog:
written by Elise Miller, MEd CHE Director As you probably remember from your high school biology class, our bodies function using electrical impulses to communicate between cells, such as telling your heart muscles to contract or signaling your brain that you just stubbed your toe. Since everything…

French EHS Petition!

So my last post mentioned the petition in the UK to recognise EHS and it’s growing number of sufferers as a real and serious condition. Unfortunately this could only be signed by UK residents. However, there is now another petition in motion and it’s one that ANYONE can sign. Below is the text accompanying the…

My God is Your God too…it’s True!

So, I’m on a roll this weekend. Another book made print ready and uploaded to Lulu.com. This one has a special place in my heart and it’s really relevant considering all that’s going on in the world right now – especially all the hate and death surrounding religion specific prejudices, fuelled I might add by…

‘Peepoo’ released on Lulu.com

I finally got off my bum, or rather sat on it, and created the files for the release of ‘Peepoo the Jumping Spider’ a little creation of mine from 2012. It’s a colourful little rhyming story about Peepoo the Jumping Spider (funnily enough 🙂 ). Perfect for little minds and it makes the adults smile…

UK Petition to Recognise & Support EHS Sufferers

Support individuals with Electrosensitivity and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – UK Petition (Please note that the petition can only be signed by UK residents, and is open until 12 August 2016) A friend of mine recently sent this post and asked if I’d share it. Unfortunately, only UK residents are eligible to sign this important petition…but…

Patch i’T’ up

This isn’t a long post but rather a demonstration of how to put old t-shirts to good use. I recently, well about 6 months ago, did a swift ‘outing’ of old t-shirts – some had shrunk or the sides had gone squiffy, some were just bad buys, but some were old favourites I was sad…

Rainbow Salad

This was one of the very first salads I made using foraged ingredients from a local forest. Given the option all of the non-foraged foods would be organic and home-grown, but sometimes you just have to settle for what’s available. It’s also the first time I’d eaten a flower! And what a flower to choose…