CBC Investigation: Cell Phones Violate Radiation Government Radiation Limits
Davis notes that tablets and other wireless devices held directly on laps also will likely violate the tested distance as most devices are regulatory tested at least 8 inches away from the body, adding that the arms of many young children do not extend to that length.
Letters to Health Minister Philpott about statement on CBC Marketplace “The Secret Inside Your Cellphone”
Health Canada submitted the most outrageous and irresponsible comment “EVEN IF A SMALL CHILD WERE EXPOSED TO A CELL PHONE… 24 HOURS A DAY, 365 DAYS A YEAR … THERE WOULD BE NO ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECT.”
Dane Snowden of the CTIA does not say cell phones are safe (.23 min)
Cell Phones Would Be Illegal If Radiation Tested In the Way They Are Used (4.22 min)
Wifi in Md. schools may put your kid at risk for cancer
At the Baltimore Convention Center last June, the Pediatric Academic Societies showcased research showing that children are more vulnerable than adults to microwave radiation, which can cause a host of serious learning and behavioral problems along with increasing cancer risk.
The Appeal also states, “Based on scientific studies no safe level of this radiation has been established and therefore we have no safety assurances.”
- No wireless networks in preschools, kindergartens and schools.
- A hard-wired direct cable connection is recommended to each classroom for the teacher to use during lessons.
- Prefer wired telephones for personnel in preschools, kindergartens and schools.
- Prefer cabled connection to Internet and printers in schools and turn off Wi-Fi settings in all equipment.
- Prefer laptops and tablets that can be connected by cable to Internet.
- Students should not be allowed to use cell phones in schools. They can either leave them at home or the teacher collects them in turned off mode before first lesson in the morning.
This is what happens to your brain and body when you check your phone before bed
Staring at screens right before sleep turns out to be a lot worse than previously thought. Dr. Dan Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, lays out all of the negative effects bedtime screen viewing can have on the brain and body.
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