Friday, 26 February 2016

Wi-Fi lawsuit against Southboro's Fay School is headed to trial

Must Watch!! Mobilize a documentary on the dangers of cell phone usage by children and adults 2014

EMF Controversy Exposed

However, the Interphone Study Group did eventually acknowledge that "heavy users" of cell phones had an approximately doubled risk of glioma, a life threatening and often-fatal brain tumor, after 10 years of cell phone use. The most shocking part of their finding is their definition of a "heavy user" —someone using a cell phone for two to two and a half hours per month!

Wi-Fi lawsuit against Southboro's Fay School is headed to trial

The family of “G,” a 12-year-old who attended the Southboro junior boarding school, says the boy suffers from a condition called Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome, which makes him feel ill when exposed to wireless Internet signals. They argue in their complaint, which they filed in August, that the Fay School ignored their pleas to find accommodations for G, who was experiencing dizziness, headaches and other symptoms in class because of the school’s Wi-Fi.

Schools and Wi-Fi: Is Your Child Sitting Under This Radiation Emitting Device?

Is your child sitting in a classroom under this router? Schools with Wi-Fi have these devices (Wi-Fi access points) on the ceiling. Check out the radiation levels coming off them even when the child is not on a Wi-Fi device. 6 hours a day of this radiation in school. Did you know teacher unions were concerned?

Children I-Pad WiFI flat screen addiction!

Biolnitiative 2012 RF Color Charts

The RF Color Charts summarize many studies that report biological effects and adverse health effects relevant for cell towers, WI-FI, ‘smart’ wireless utility meters, wireless laptops, baby monitors, cell phones and cordless phones.

SCIENCE SHOCK: Electromagnetic fields from mobile phones accelerate mercury release from dental fillings
 A fascinating scientific study has found that using mobile phones can accelerate the release of toxic mercury from dental fillings. This is especially noteworthy given that many people hold their mobile phones right next to their jaws when talking on them.

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