EHS Idaho group sets Sunday meeting

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On Sunday, Feb. 10, at 1:30 p.m., the EHS Idaho group will hold a public meeting at the Cocolalla Community Center, 4269 Cocolalla Loop Roadd, (southern end of Cocolalla Lake, just off Highway 95) in Cocolalla. It will begin with a healthy potluck and an informational meeting will follow.

EHS, or electro-hypersensitivity, usually manifests as headaches, heart palpitations, insomnia, tinnitus, inability to concentrate, and/or indigestion after a person has been exposed to WiFi, cell towers, smart meters/appliances, or other sources of electro-magnetic radiation. Everyone is invited to attend, and learn more about this syndrome, and what can be done about it.

ANNE WILDER CHAMBERLAIN

Priest River

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