She is a media-communication consultant, specializing in the field of health and development. Trained as a media professional, she was one of the pioneers of television news in India through her 14-year career with Doordarshan. For the next 20 years, she worked with the United Nations as Information Officer with the UNICEF India office and, subsequently, as Regional Information Officer for the eleven countries of WHO's South East Asia Regional office. Harsaran now works as a freelance consultant - making health-related documentaries and expanding her learning through exploring wider spiritual and religious issues.
About the Book
The Radiation Threat: An Emergency in the Making is an expose on the serious dangers of radiations and the threat they pose to human and animal health and the environment. Radiations caused by the Earth's natural phenomena; those emanating from materials such as granite and reinforced steel used in modern construction; and radiations from digital devices such as mobile phones and towers, laptops and Wi-Fi technology - the harmful effects of all these cannot be wished away. The book scientifically delineates the characteristics of these radiations and offers economical, accessible and simple solutions as suggested by the practice of Environics to minimize their ill-effects. Furthermore, the book documents the efficiency of these solutions as experienced by scores of establishments including offices, factories, warehouses and homes.
Modern Building Material and Practices
‘Sick’ Buildings and Harmful Radiations
Impact of Geopathic Stresses
Environics and Energy Correction
Case Studies in Energy Correction
Electromagnetic Field Radiation and Current Science