As we wander the beaches of California and gaze out to the sea, watching the graceful dolphins that seem to frolic in the Pacific Ocean, we marvel at the ease with which they ply the coastal waters. These creatures aren’t just fun to watch but for scientists, their health provides clues for other mammals–humans.
Diseases in [...]
Never has any subject created such a response as the blog postings we’ve recently written about the dangers of cell towers and cell phone use. The worst part of this is that we watch our local city council meetings in which residents of places such as Huntington Beach beg & plead for city officials to [...]
19 Jan, 2010
Posted by: Beach Reporter In: events
My Son, Rich Farver, died Oct. 11, 2008 from glioblastoma multiforme brain cancer. He was 28 years old when diagnosed and lived seven months.
He was a graduate student at SDSU (San Diego State University). There is a brain cancer cluster on campus. Five brain cancers, 4 within the last three years. Some Professor’s and I [...]
While the jury is still out on the effects of cell phones, some studies and some opponents to their technology and use say that humans are being exposed to a form of genocide through the use of cell phone, cell phone aps, portable phones, and microwave towers that are increasingly being installed in neighborhoods and [...]
09 Sep, 2009
Posted by: Beach Reporter In: california
Editors note: Many of us have studied or had personal stories and testimonies about healing effects of positive thinking. Here is one person who needs positive thoughts. I received this message from his wife today. If you are so inclined, please take a minute out of your day to think something positive for John. And [...]
Learn about skin cancer safety when going to the beach. Hundreds of thousands of people will be diagnosed with skin cancer in California this year.
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