Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published March 2, 2019.

Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are all around us, no matter where you live these days. They emanate from power lines, televisions, household electrical wiring, appliances and microwaves. Then you have the information-carrying radio waves of cellphones, cellphone towers and wireless internet connections and a whole host of other wireless gadgets.

For some, the effects of EMFs are unmistakable and undeniable. The RT documentary “Wi-Fi Refugees” investigates the struggles reported by people who claim to suffer from electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome (EHS) — a condition in which sufferers claim EMFs affect their health and well-being.

The video features several such individuals, including Sue Howard, who used to spend most of her time in a specially-constructed shielded room, as EMFs cause a burning sensation in her skin.

Ida Pardo, another EHS sufferer, says she’s spent between $10,000 and $20,000 per year for the last four years on medical evaluations and treatments for her symptoms. “Most of my savings have been put toward trying to figure out what was wrong with me and gain my health back,” she says. Oftentimes, it can take years before the cause is identified.

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