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Cindy L. Russell, 5 G wireless telecommunications expansion: Public health and environmental implications, Environmental Research, Volume 165, 2018, Pages 484-495, ISSN 0013-9351, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2018.01.016. Abstract The popularity, widespread use and increasing dependency on wireless technologies has spawned a telecommunications industrial revolution with increasing public exposure to broader and higher frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum to transmit...
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Despite severe health impacts, Eskom again seeks to delay compliance with air pollution standards Eskom has again applied to postpone compliance with the minimum emission standards for air pollution, this time for its Tutuka power station near Standerton. This area falls within the already heavily polluted Highveld Priority Area in Mpumalanga. The minimum emission standards (MES)...
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Pollution:  A Crime against Health Bulletin no. 85 (October 2017), ARTAC (Association for Research on Treatment against Cancer) (President, Professor Dominique Belpomme) (translation) The legal group formed within ARTAC on June 2, 2017, aimed to continue the discussion on the tabling of an amendment to the Rome Statute to make pollution a health crime at...
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As the global push to sell us faster data intensifies, cell antennas are being installed on utility poles right by our homes, often without our knowledge or consent. Science warns that the artificial electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) these microcells emit disrupts wildlife, humans, and all living cells.
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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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