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Dec 28, 2012, 4:01:29 AM12/28/12
From Joani Hollebone at the radio programme "Character Driven" from November 5, 2012. Please, listen to it!

Part 1:
The first of a two part series on smart meters and electromagnetic smog with Olle Johansson, professor of Neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.

Part 2:
Part two of my discussion with Professor Olle Johansson and Dr. Ilya Sandra Perlingeri. 

Dr. Olle Johansson, of the Department of Neuroscience, at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and an author of The BioIniative Report discusses the decades of research reviewed in the report and what it means for our health. 

Environmental writer, former university professor and scholar, Dr. Ilya Sandra Perlingieri, is the author most recently of The Uterine Crisis. This book is the result of 15 years of her independent research linking women’s reproductive illnesses with invisible environmental toxins. London’s “The Ecologist” magazine calls this book “an inspiration.” Dr. Perlingieri continues to take a cross-disciplinary approach to all her research. She has a background in both science and art. In addition to her graduate academic degrees, she also has had formal herbal training and studies in the US, London, and Italy. She is a practicing herbalist for more than three decades; and she notes that plants and herbal remedies have thousands of years of safe usage and are an excellent choice. 

Besides her track record as an environmental writer and author, Dr. Perlingieri also is a noted art historian. She is the author of the pioneering and highly acclaimed monograph: Sofonisba Anguissola: The First Great Woman Artist of the Renaissance. This is Anguissola’s first biography since her death in 1625. It was the result of 18 years of the author’s independent European archival research. The book has also been translated into a French edition that has received high praise. Both editions were written with the general reader in mind. Here are two of the book’s reviews: Art Times: “Perlingieri’s book is destined to become a seminal work for further study on this remarkable Renaissance figure.” The Atlantic Monthly: “Perlingieri has done much research, some of it in improbable archives, to re-establish Anguissola’s status. She makes a sound and well-illustrated case for her subject’s importance.”

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Olle Johansson, professor
The Experimental Dermatology Unit
Department of Neuroscience
Karolinska Institute
171 77 Stockholm

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