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From the blog “Towards Better Health” by Meris Michaels  https://mieuxprevenir.blogspot.com/2019/08/tablets-pcs-and-mobile-phones-change.html?spref=fb&fbclid=IwAR2Bvfe30Ig1RRiadK54X8Ke7Q1M1krLHydDcBS7U9eruVyuFbGVSC38GSU 18 August 2019 “Tablets, PCs and Mobile Phones Change Our Brains” : Interview with Professor Dominique Belpomme: “So tablets, PCs and mobile phones change our brains”:  The French oncologist’s warning about electromagnetic waves: “They lower children’s IQ and also harm adults”. By  Margherita Enrico, ilgiornale.it, 17 August 2019...
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  5G Action Event held in Perth, Western Australia, 28th April 2019. **All slides contained in this video are the intellectual property of Dr. Russell Cooper. Such property shall not be used or recreated outside of this video in any form other than by Dr. Cooper himself. Such a breach in copyright will result in...
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Image: www.anses.fr Health effects related to exposure to low frequency electromagnetic fields ANSES published a new review today (21/6/2019) on the health effects related to exposure to low frequency electromagnetic fields. ANSES’s new expertise aimed to analyze all the new scientific knowledge available on exposure to low-frequency electromagnetic fields and their possible biological and health effects....
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Source: https://www.anses.fr/fr/content/led-les-recommandations-de-l%E2%80%99anses-pour-limiter-l%E2%80%99exposition-%C3%A0-la-lumi%C3%A8re-bleue While the use of LEDs is becoming more widespread for lighting and LED objects are on the increase, ANSES published the update of its 2010 expertise on the health effects of LEDs in light of the new scientific knowledge available. The Agency confirms the toxicity of blue light on the retina and highlights effects...
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ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to investigate foetal impact of radiofrequencies (RFs) emitted from mobile phones in postnatal cord blood. The study carried on 149 pregnant women divided into four groups such as nonusers of mobile phone (n: 37; control group), 2–15 min/d (n: 39; group 1), 15–60 min/d (n: 37; group 2) and participants...
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Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH) said a team at its Institute of Environmental Medicine, Medical Research Center, is conducting a birth cohort study on environmental influence on people from fetal to adolescence period. Its purpose is to identify precisely the effects and harmful effects of various environmentally hazardous substances. There have been constant debates on...
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Dr. Sasco is former Unit Chief, Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention at the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC/WHO) and former Director of Research at INSERM (French NIH)
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Magda Havas  is an Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources at the  University of Trent, Canada.  
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Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine201722:52 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12199-017-0656-1 Abstract Background Low birth weight has been shown to be closely associated with neonatal mortality and morbidity, inhibited growth, poor cognitive development, and chronic diseases later in life. Some studies have also shown that excessive mobile phone use in the postnatal period may lead to behavioral complications in the...
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