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Smart Meters and Health


Utility companies are starting to connect everyone with a wireless super grid which uses pulsed radiofrequency microwaves from a meter in the middle of your house. This beams information to a hub in the street which collects your data every 30 minutes (or more often if your...


Smart Meters and Electrosensitivity


For those people already suffering from Electro-Sensitivity (ES) (2-4% of the population), the prospect of a country-wide wireless super grid is a daunting prospect. In their own consultation literature the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) state they intend to make provision for 'vulnerable' people. However...

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Smart Meters Privacy and Environment

Privacy & Environment

Security Smart meters are likely to transmit your energy information (how and what you’re using) every 30 minutes to a hub in the street which will pass the information on to a new central Data and Communications Company. Some areas have already started installation. This raises...

Smart Meters Affect Children


Children are more vulnerable to the effects of radiation of all kinds because their skulls are thinner and their immune systems are not fully developed. The current health and safety guidelines were formed as a rsult of tests on healthy adult males. They do not take into...

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The LELA Garden

As part of the Safe as Houses Project, Gillian McCarthy (scientific advisor for MCS-Aware)  is conducting trials to develop a Low Allergen, Low Emission (LELA) garden suitable for people with allergies and environmental illness. The planting is organic, low allergen, low pollen, low fragrance and...

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Resources for MCS-Awareness month

Here is everything you need to raise awareness of MCS. For more information about MCS-Awareness month and to watch our cartoon click here. MCS-Awareness day pack (pdf)     Fundraising Pack (pdf)   Free Sample magazine (pdf)   A4 Posters - blank for your own fundraising event:




Chemical Sensitivities are Listed in the NICE Guidelines

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care. The guidance is expected to be taken into full consideration by healthcare professionals and organisations when deciding on treatments for...

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Leaving a Legacy in Your Will

Once you have provided for your family and friends, leaving us a gift in your will means we can continue to make a difference to the lives of the people we support. Anyone can leave any gift in their will, making an invaluable difference to our services....