Sunday, 8 November 2015

Consumer Reports - Does Cell-Phone Radiation Cause Cancer?

Pediatricians' New Warning: Limit children's exposure to cellphones
"Children are not little adults," Dr. Gisela Mercada-Deane, chair of radiology at the American Academy of Pediatrics, said. "The amount of radio frequency that children will be exposed by the time they are our age [an adult] is exponential to the amount of radiation, radio frequencies that we ourselves are being exposed to in a lifetime."...

Dr. Oz Show - Does your Cell Phone Case Increase Your Radiation Risk?
Watch Dr. Mehmet Oz explore how cellphone radiation to the brain is tested in the lab, how phone coverings can increase radiation, the fine print warnings and the new Consumer Reports recommendations.

Parent’s success in stopping WiFI installation at Australian School
An Australian mum has been successful in preventing installation of WiFi at her child’s school and has worked with the school in drafting EMR precautionary measures by requesting compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and Article 9: Accessibility from the Conventions on the Rights of the Disabled to accommodate her child’s functional impairment.

16:9 WiFi in Schools Proven Dangerous – Oct 2010
Why are the School Boards not listening to the parents, teachers and children?

Worldwide Precautionary Action
The policies listed below, countries like Switzerland, Italy, France, Austria, Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary, Israel, Russia and China have set RF exposure limits 100 to 10,000 times less than the USA. They recognize that there can be non-thermal biological effects from wireless radiation.

Consumer Reports - Does Cell-Phone Radiation Cause Cancer?
The city council of Berkeley, Calif., has also acted. In May 2015, it approved a “Right to Know” law that requires electronics retailers to notify consumers about the proper handling of cell phones. CTIA-The Wireless Association, a trade group, is now trying to block that law from going into effect, as it successfully did after San Francisco passed its own Right to Know law five years ago.

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