Saturday, 5 September 2015

School Being Sued For ADA Violations - Wi-Fi Accommodations needed because of Sensitivity to Wi-Fi

The school installed Wi-Fi in Spring 2013, when a 12-year-old boy started to experience troubling symptoms, which he reported to his parents when he came home from school. These included severe headaches, itchy skin, and rashes. The school nurse indicated that various children in the same classes were reporting increased headaches, dizziness, nausea and chest pressure. The symptoms were present whenever he was at school. 

Experts warn pregnant mothers to keep cell phones and other wireless devices away from their wombs
Patricia Wood, Executive Director of Grassroots Environmental Education and co-creator of the BabySafe Project says,
The wireless world may be convenient, but it’s not without risks.” She goes on to explain that “when more than one hundred of the world’s leading medical doctors and researchers on wireless radiation say we have enough evidence for women to take protective action, we think women should know about it.

Insurance Companies Won't Cover Cell Phone Brain Tumor Product Liability Lawsuits

The insurance industry has refused to provide product liability insurance on cell phones primarily due to this concern as they fear that cell phone litigation may turn out like tobacco or asbestos litigation did with huge punitive awards.


Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe has dedicated this video to Jenny Fry, the 15-year-old girl with EHS who recently committed suicide by hanging. Her parents fought for over 2 years to have the wireless technology removed from her school. They were convinced it was damaging her health both physically and psychologically.  Parent should not be forced to choose to whether to educate their children or safe guard them.

Progress in Austria's South Tyrol: “Applying the Precautionary Principle”

1.     To replace existing wireless networks whenever possible with networks that emit less radiation at schools, preschools, hospitals, nursing homes, and other public facilities…
2. To establish a working group whose mandate it is to assess these new technologies and their exposure levels. With regard to wireless communication technologies, mobile Internet access, and public health, the working group shall clarify which technologies emit less radiation and provide sustainable technology options…
3. To start an education and awareness campaign that informs about possible health risks, especially regarding the unborn, infants, children, and adolescents and that develops guidelines for a safer use of cell phones, smartphones, and Wi-Fi …

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