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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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Leszczynski to speak at the EMF conference in Warsaw, Poland. As I wrote earlier, Polish government prepares act on protection of population from the radiation emitted by mobile base stations. Minister of Digitization expects (optimistically) the act to be ready by the end of 2016. As part of the process, science on EMF and health...
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Professor Lennart Hardell: Using the Bradford Hill viewpoints to evaluate the evidence on RF radiations from mobile phones to head tumours The Royal Society of Medicine, London 13th of October 2016 The Epidemiology & Public Health Section of RSM in partnership with Brunel University London, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Imperial...
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Published on Nov 30, 2016 Green Bank, West Virginia has become a haven for people with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome.
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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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