I hate shopping. I hate the crowds, I hate the too many choices, I hate the noise, I hate the rush.... The only time I enjoy it is if I am on holiday in a small town, with small shops, relatively few goods and maybe a nice weekly food market. But this is just my personal … [Read more...] about Shopping…..
Simple explanations for complex problems are always very tempting but they rarely prove to be the answer. This is especially true in our modern medical world where diverse, debilitating and ever more common conditions such as allergy, coeliac disease, Parkinsons, MS, ME and … [Read more...] about Roundup and autism – is there a link?
I used to be a great fan on Radio 4's Book of the Week, broadcast every night at half past midnight but these days, I tend eschew post midnight listening for the somewhat earlier Book at Bedtime at 10.45. So it was by pure chance that three times this week I have caught the … [Read more...] about Understanding autistic people
Despite the reams of research and comment that I have read, written and posted on our website about the possible health hazards of mobile telephony, along with most of those who worry about what man-made magnetic radiation is doing to human health, I recognise that mobile phones … [Read more...] about Mobile phones a vital lifeline – but can they be safer?
Some months ago we uploaded another of Dr Andrew Goldsworthy's excellent articles to the Foods Matter site, describing how electromagnetically-induced cell leakage might be a cause of autism. But it was only as I was skimming, belatedly, through ES-UK's October newsletter that … [Read more...] about ‘The annual cost of caring for our autistic population exceeds the annual tax revenue from the entire mobile phone industry, which is about 20 billion UK pounds.’