“City Council Discuses Potential Health Hazards of 5G Wireless Networks.”

  Dafna Tachover (Letter to Editor), Beverly Hills Weekly, Issue 1044, Oct 3 - Oct 9, 2019 (pp. 2-3) I was invited to give a short presentation on 5G and Wireless Technology health effects to the Beverly Hill’s City Council. 70 years of science, including thousands of studies showing clear evidence of harm, the human … Continue reading “City Council Discuses Potential Health Hazards of 5G Wireless Networks.”

Mental Health Association Releases New #ILoveYou2020 Video. [Indian River County, FL]

https://www.youtube.com/embed/FMsV6mMF59g   #ILoveYou2020 is a movement, not a fad. Give Hope. Save a Life. Do you or someone you know struggle with mental health issues, loss or grief, situational anxiety, and/or life's everyday trials and tribulations? Chances are, you do. According to Mental Health America, 44 million adults in the U.S. (18%) have been diagnosed … Continue reading Mental Health Association Releases New #ILoveYou2020 Video. [Indian River County, FL]

School Violence and Suicide Prevention Program Receives No Funding. Indian River County, FL.

  On July 2, 2019, Nicholas Coppola, MD, CEO of the Mental Health Association of Indian River County, FL  (MHA) compassionately addressed the Indian River County (IRC), FL County Commissioners questioning why his organization, advocating for a school violence and suicide prevention program for ten Indian River County schools, received no funding from the Children's … Continue reading School Violence and Suicide Prevention Program Receives No Funding. Indian River County, FL.

To All Who Care Deeply About Humanity, Wildlife, the Earth, and Our Collective Future:

"Dear Friends, I don’t have to tell you about how dangerous 5G wireless technology is. 5G threatens everyone in its path with intense, harmful wireless radiation 24 hours a day, seven days a week with no way to turn it off. To help us in this fight, some colleagues of ours have coined a name … Continue reading To All Who Care Deeply About Humanity, Wildlife, the Earth, and Our Collective Future:

An Open Letter to Florida Power and Light CEO James L. Robo.

The letter below was sent to Florida Power and Light Chairman/CEO James L. Robo in March 2014 upon reviewing FPL’s policy to “opt out” of Smart Meter technology for an “enrollment fee” and subsequent monthly payments. Such payments amount to mob-style extortion that utility customers are forced to pay, simply to remain free from potential harassment or … Continue reading An Open Letter to Florida Power and Light CEO James L. Robo.

Glioblastoma in 34982, 34983 and 34952 Zip Codes.

In February 2019 The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) released a "St. Lucie County Cancer Assessment." FDOH's cancer assessment was undertaken to address community concerns, initially comprised of a local glioblastoma support group.  While questioning the number of glioblastoma cases reported to be occurring, concerned citizens specifically questioned if there were higher rates of glioblastoma among … Continue reading Glioblastoma in 34982, 34983 and 34952 Zip Codes.

United Against Poverty, Indian River County, FL is Not a Food Pantry.

The reason United Against Poverty (UP) is not a food pantry is because it challenges the system that creates hunger in the first place.  It serves those in poverty by providing an array of interconnected services in crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and placement, personal empowerment training and … Continue reading United Against Poverty, Indian River County, FL is Not a Food Pantry.