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Slides of Leszczynski’s lecture at the Iona College – Blyth Performing Arts Centre, Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay, Nov. 24, 2019 (Leszczynski Hawkes Bay New Zealand November 2019). Slide credit: Darius Leszczynski
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Author: Juhana Harju Published May 6, 2019 Helsinki has become a popular tourist destination as many travelers look for alternatives to the more crowded destinations. However, if you are looking for a relaxing holiday, Helsinki might not be the best choice. The reason is perhaps unexpected. Helsinki has very high levels of wireless radiation because...
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 Sources for this post: Microwave News, Lennart Hardell’s Blog and Dr Mark Arazi (Phonegate Scandal) Excerpts: Microwave News https://microwavenews.com/short-takes-archive/italian-decision-precaution   In a victory for advocates of precaution, an Italian court has ordered the government to launch a campaign to advise the public of the health risks from mobile and cordless phones. The information campaign must begin...
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    Authors: Lennart Hardell Michael Carlberg View Affiliations Published online on: October 24, 2018     https://doi.org/10.3892/ijo.2018.4606 Copyright: © Hardell et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. Abstract During the use of handheld mobile and cordless phones, the brain is the main target of radiofrequency...
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Environmental Health Trust Published on Apr 17, 2018 Politicians on the Danish Parliament Committee for Health and Elder care investigated the health risks from mobile radiation and wireless networks with a public hearing on April 12 at the Parliament building, Christiansborg in Copenhagen. The consultation featured several leading international researchers in the field.
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This is the streamed version in the original languages (Danish/English). Be sure to listen to Olle Johansson’s speech in English (6.07-22.09) and Lennart Hardell (English – 38.38-54.30) who spoke about brain cancers and acoustic neuromas, and mentioned ANFR’s test results on mobile phones showing high SAR levels when in contact with the skin. Also present,...
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  Authors: Lennart Hardell Michael Carlberg Lena K. Hedendahl Published online on: March 16, 2018     https://doi.org/10.3892/ol.2018.8285 Pages:7871-7883 Copyright: © Hardell et al. Abstract Exposure to radiofrequency (RF) radiation was classified in 2011 as a possible human carcinogen, Group 2B, by the International Agency for Research on Cancer of the World Health Organisation. Evidence of...
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National Toxicology Program March 12, 2018 National Institutes of Health Public Health Service U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Comments on: NTP TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE TOXICOLOGY AND CARCINOGENESIS STUDIES IN Hsd: SPRAGUE DAWLEY SD RATS EXPOSED TO WHOLE-BODY RADIO FREQUENCY RADIATION AT A FREQUENCY (900 MHz) AND MODULATIONS (GSM AND CDMA) USED BY...
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Cancers of the head and the neck are increasing in Sweden according to the latest cancer incidence data from the Swedish Cancer Registry. Cancers of the thyroid and the mouth are among the cancers that have seen the sharpest rise during the last decade but also the trend for cancers of the pituitary are on...
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Lennart Hardell’s Blog Our research group published recently a study on radiofrequency (RF) radiation in schools using an exposimeter. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpubh.2017.00279/full RF emissions in the classroom were measured by the teachers in order to approximate the children’s exposure. Teachers in grades 7–12 carried a body-borne exposimeter, EME-Spy 200, in school during 1–4 days of work. Eighteen teachers...
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