There is a lot of confusing information about the health effects of EMR (electro magnetic radiation.) Many people, even those affected, are misinformed, partially because of the existence of poor quality information and paranoia on the web and partially because it is an immensely complex subject. It is indeed an enormous and difficult to solve problem. Learning about it brings very uncomfortable states of mind in the process as we discover how much of it we are being exposed to. Those with EHS (electro hypersensitivity) have a harder time of accepting the difficult realities about the level of electro pollution in our world these days. And, even though they are highly motivated to learn, they cannot always afford the training and expensive calibrated (reliable) measuring equipment needed to help them assess the exposure from their environments. It's also difficult to find electropollution free environments with which to personally 'test' theories about their own health. Blocking our home and work environments can, with the help of a qualified expert, be done yet it's expensive and especially if there are several types of electro pollution affecting the home, cost of correction may be exorbitant.
Even the experts are not easy to identify since there is a broad range of qualifications there as well and they use different standards of what is considered safe.
The Bioinitiative Report 2012 and Building Biology guidelines and Salsberg, Austria's guidelines are the most respected among the knowledgeable health professionals in the field. Holding this information back is the media, hugely influenced (and in most cases owned) by the same people who own giants in the wireless industry.
Criticism of wireless as a technology is criticism of a multi trillion dollar industry and this has massive push back. The voices of the wireless industry and those indirectly supporting it or dependent upon it for their incomes, often go to the length of ridiculing those with EHS. Even most doctors will claim this is a problem that is imagined.
EHS is a recognized disability in some countries. However, even though the World Health Organization recognizes EMR as a possible carcinogen, they too are highly conservative about acknowledging EHS as a physical issue.
In addition to the resources we've listed, Citizens4safetechnology or C4T is a helpful online organization for information.
Real, health motivated research is greatly overwhelmed by industry-protective research that dilutes the pile though there are thousands of peer reviewed studies that confirm harm from electro-pollution. 75 percent of industry studies fail to show harm while only 25% of non industry studies fail to show harm. Even the anti-EMR research, though many significant realities have been known since the 70's, is still in its infancy. We have not yet determined the wide range of tests required to assess all of the possible human biological impacts. Not everyone negatively affected by EMR has an instant reactivity. In fact, 35% of the population is estimated to be mildly to moderately affected though most do not know it. Numbers of people with EHS are growing exponentially each year- some experts predict they may reach 50% of the population by 2017 and that estimate does not accurately take into account the speed at which proliferation of the technologies is growing.
Though it's not directly linked to candida issues, due to some volunteer work I've done, I do have a fair bit of amateur expertise on the subject and I do try to post resources about it to our website periodically.
Check out our resources section here for a few good links. I haven't put new information up in a while. I receive hundreds of great resources each year and don't always have the time to filter out and post the best.