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December 5, 2016 Geoffrey Kabat offers a remarkably apt critique of his own writings with his answer to the question, “Do Cell Phones Cause Brain Cancer?”: “The problem with research in this area is not that it is worthless but that all too frequently it is interpreted naively and uncritically and used for partisan rather...
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New paper: When theory and observation collide: Can non-ionizing radiation cause cancer? Press Release TRENT SCHOOL OF THE ENVIRONMENT Trent University 1600 West Bank Drive Peterborough, ON Canada K9L 0G2 The Missing Link: Why your government isn’t protecting you from Wi–Fi and cell phone radiation when research shows this radiation causes cancer. The American scientific...
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#NoWiFiToys #ThisXMas Campaign This is an awareness campaign aimed at alerting parents to the danger of wireless enabled toys and devices. Children face a greater risk for bodily damage that results from MWR given off by wireless devices. The rate of MWR absorption is higher in children than adults because their brain tissues are more...
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Autism: All Things Considered December 1, 2016 I’m going to ask you to consider something new that you probably have not heard associated with autism. It is something that I had never considered, something I was completely blind to. So, please, pause for a moment, be as open as you can, and consider this: What...
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Microwaves and Alzheimer’s disease: AD is a disease that affects the brain, an organ that controls behavior. Accordingly, anything that can interact with the brain may affect this organ positively or negatively, thereby protecting or encouraging AD. In this regard, modern life encompasses microwaves for all issues including industrial, communications, medical and domestic tenders, and...
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American Academy of Pediatrics Issues New Recommendations to “Reduce Exposure to Cell Phones” “The findings of brain tumors (gliomas) and malignant schwann cell tumors of the heart in the NTP study, as well as DNA damage in brain cells, present a major public health concern because these occurred in the same types of cells that...
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Exposure to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields alters the behaviour, physiology and stress protein levels of desert locusts http://www.nature.com/articles/srep36413?WT.feed_name=subjects_neuroscience It would also be pertinent to now consider how these high levels of EMF might impact on other insects that provide valuable ecosystems services such as key pollinators (honey bees) whose cognitive abilities are crucial in...
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This is a series of 5 educational videos. 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...
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Following is a summary of this segment by the Editor of “Towards Better Health”. Anne Sophie Lapix, presenter of the program, refers to Prof. Belpomme’s newest book, “Comment naissent les maladies” [how do diseases arise?] where he says 70-90% of cancers are linked to the environment. Prof. Belpomme replies that especially now, there is molecular...
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