Learn About Invisible Electromagnetic Pollution

Carol Layton

Carol E. Layton, DMD, MAGD, NMD, who specializes in biological dentistry at Hershey Dental, and Charles Ziese, from the EMF Team will be the feature presenters at the monthly Natural Network meeting at The Healthy Grocer, November 6 on the topic of EMF and prevention, remediation, education and holistic healthcare as part of the EMF Team in Central Pennsylvania. The research of Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt has found that 80 percent of all health care problems, including virtually all forms of chronic diseases, are caused by or contributed to by electromagnetic radiation (EMF).

Participants will learn how prevention, remediation, education and holistic healthcare may be the missing part of the solution to chronic healthcare challenges. Layton says, “With the increased use of computers and other electronic devices over the past 50 years, there has been an enormous increase in chronic illnesses of all types, the growth of which tracks precisely with the increase in EMF exposure. Allopathic medicine is literally at a loss for solutions to these chronic diseases.”

Location: 3800 Trindle Rd., Camp Hill. For more information, call 833-363-8326, email EMFTeam@yahoo.com or visit EMFTeam.com.

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