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Animals may not know the danger of microwaves, but they still suffer from their effects. Animals are neither hysterical nor hypochondriac and make the perfect test subjects for the allegedly “unproven” side effects of mobile phones and other communications radiation. Animals cannot lie and don’t make a show of their suffering. They simply become sick...
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This newsletter is packed with Healthy Acts from We the People! Excerpts: Manufacturing equipment for most solar arrays and wind turbines requires significant energy and chemically purified water; and solar and wind systems harm migratory birds. “The Cloud Begins with Coal” and what you can do to decrease your electronic footprint. An overview about cellular...
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Doctors against an increase in limit values In the vote of 8 December 2016, the Council of States voted against the motion to increase limit values ​​for mobile phone antennas, with 20 to 19 votes and 3 abstentions. In order to ensure the implementation of motion 163007 “Ensure modernization of mobile radio networks as quickly...
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For the school district, litigation is also a potential consequence of inaction, as a recent case involving the Fay School in Southboro has demonstrated. The parents of a student at the school, who they claimed suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity, sued the school last year on the grounds it refused to accommodate his condition. That case...
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Did you know that the smartphones have associated a level of radiation that can be harmful to health? Hence, there are some recommendations that should be taken seriously by the smartphone users. Currently, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is the most radioactive device of today. Note: There is a mistake in the above...
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Technology safety educator Cece Doucette and parent Keith Marciniak share how they independently discovered wireless technology is hazardous to our health. Both opened the conversation with their public school districts, and this episode highlights how Ashland Public Schools became the first in the nation to put in place Best Practices for Mobile Devices.
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Decisions about involuntary, continuous and widespread RF exposures in schools, hospitals, workplaces and public and private spaces in the UK and around the world have been made based upon inaccurate conclusions of the AGNIR report. Published in 2012, it continues to be used to justify RF exposures and dismiss concerns about possible adverse effects on...
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The Collaborative on Health and the Environment: New Web Site CHE is dedicated to ensuring our summaries and publications provide only accurate, research-based information to our partners and visitors. Because this process is exacting and time-consuming — and our staff is small — we wait to post materials until we feel they are ready for...
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