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The integrated antennas of your Speedport send and receive radio signals for the provision of your WLAN (wireless network). Avoid setting up your Speedport in the immediate vicinity of sleeping, children’s rooms and lounges in order to keep the exposure to electromagnetic fields as low as possible. Telekom Deutschland 9,2, 2017 kurzbedienungsanleitung-speedport-smart Thanks to Professor...
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  Irradiated: A Comprehensive Compilation and Analysis of the Literature on Radiofrequency Fields and the Negative Biological Impacts of Non- ionizing  Electromagnetic Fields (particularly radiofrequency fields) on Biological Organisms.   To download the electronic version of this publication, click below: Irradiated Further Resources You may also download a ready-to-print PDF containing many of the documents...
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    There Are Safer Ways To Be Connected.     When you can and not in use turn it off.
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        Presentation with Cece Doucete about the dangers for wireless technology                       Thank you to WACA-TV for covering Dr. Pall’s talk in Ashland, Massachusetts, and for inserting his presentation slides after he returned from lecturing overseas. See the following for the military studies he references:...
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WILL A JUDGE’S FAILURE TO RECUSE SILENCE BERKELEY’S “RIGHT TO KNOW”? The long battle over cell phone consumer labels, with a hidden twist of legal super heroes and questions about a Ninth Circuit Court judge’s failure to recuse herself. A battle over free speech in Berkeley, California has pitted the city of Berkeley against the...
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France: Businesses Are Going to Protect Workers from Electromagnetic Waves Businesses are going to protect workers from electromagnetic waves by France Inter with Yann Galli, 1st January 2017 (translated by the Editor of “Towards Better Health”) It is one of the latest innovations of 1 January: Companies must now consider the issue of electromagnetic waves...
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Neurosurgeon Dr. Ashish Mehta explains the precautionary steps to be taken while using a cell phone
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We measured the radiofrequency (RF) radiation at the Stockholm Central Station in Sweden in November 2015. The full study can be read here. The exposimeter EME Spy 200 was used and it covers 20 different RF bands from 88 to 5,850 MHz. In total 1,669 data points were recorded. The median value for total exposure...
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