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Note: ‘As mobile phone use certainly continues, our findings are pertinent to warrant application of precautionary measures aimed at reducing its adverse effects.’ Mobile phone use and risk of brain tumors: a systematic review The results of a newly published review and meta-analysis of the research on cell phone use and brain tumor risk found...
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The Japan Pediatric Association and the Japan Medical Association on Feb. 15 unveiled a poster warning against the dangers of the excessive use of smartphones. The poster will be sent to approximately 170,000 members of the two associations to be put up at clinics nationwide. The poster poses the question, “What do I sacrifice with...
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This is one of two lectures by Devra Davis at the 2017 Expert Forum on Wireless and Health. All presentations from this conference are available at Environmental Health Trust
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By Devra Lee Davis, opinion contributor – 02/14/17 The Hill Forty-five years ago President Richard Nixon declared that “the time has come in America when the same kind of concentrated effort that split the atom and took man to the moon should be turned toward conquering cancer.” Some four decades and more than $120 billion...
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PLANS to boost mobile phone signals in Upton-upon-Severn have been rejected by Malvern Hills District Council due to the detrimental effect they could have on the nearby wildlife. Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited (CTIL) had submitted an application on behalf of Vodafone and O2 to build a base station including a 15m mast and related equipment...
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Andre van Rooyen shows the folder of research he has downloaded regarding the affects of cellphone masts on people. “These masts have been foisted upon us, we were given no opportunity to object, and as ratepayers, the municipality works for us.” THE affects of cellphone masts on the immediate environment is under the spotlight once...
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‘Accepting the money would mean we betray the very community we are called to love and serve.’ Enlightening our Community 3rd February 2017 To whom it may concern Re: Cell phone Towers The purpose of this letter is to raise awareness amongst church leaders, principals and community leaders about the strategy of companies soliciting their...
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Millimeter waves, massive MIMO, full duplex, beamforming, and small cells are just a few of the technologies that could enable ultrafast 5G networks providers are experimenting with broadcasting on millimeter waves, which use higher frequencies than the radio waves that have long been used for mobile phones. Millimeter waves are broadcast at frequencies between 30...
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A document by Olga Sheean regarding the special interests behind WHO’s wireless safety standards. Excerpt from pdf: Lentegeur Cape Town South Africa Broken-hearted My name is Amanda Collins and I live with my 12-year-old daughter Skyla [pictured in the pdf] in Lentegeur —a suburb on the outskirts of Cape Town. Aged four, Skyla was diagnosed...
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