Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Wi-Fi is an important threat to human health

Hard-Hitting Nature Valley Ad Shows The Terrifying Side Of Kids Addicted To Technology


Wi-Fi is an important threat to human health
Repeated Wi-Fi studies show that Wi-Fi causes oxidative stress, sperm/testicular damage, neuropsychiatric effects including EEG changes, apoptosis, cellular DNA damage, endocrine changes, and calcium overload. Each of these effects are also caused by exposures to other microwave frequency EMFs, with each such effect being documented in from 10 to 16 reviews.

ADHD study links teens' symptoms with digital media use
“Dr. Dimitri Christakis, a pediatrician and director of the Center for Childhood Health, Behavior, and Development at the Seattle Children's Research Institute, called the study "the best to date" showing the association between digital media use and ADHD symptoms.


Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects including depression
We not only have biological credibility but also more importantly, each of these distinct but interrelated biological considerations predicts that low-intensity, non-thermal microwave EMFs produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects. That common prediction is verified by extensive data summarized in citations provided by the Naval Medical Research Institute Research Report (June 1971), data provided by The Raines (1981) NASA report, and by 26 epidemiological studies summarized in Table 3.

Depression, anxiety, and smartphone addiction in university students- A cross sectional study
Conclusion: Several independent positive predictors of smartphone addiction emerged including depression and anxiety. It could be that young adults with personality type A experiencing high stress level and low mood may lack positive stress coping mechanisms and mood management techniques and are thus highly susceptible to smartphone addiction.

Generation Zapped is now available for home viewing! 
Voted the Best Documentary of 2018!  Generation Zapped investigates the dangers of daily exposure to wireless technologies – including the devastating effects on our health from infertility to cancer – and suggests ways to reduce overexposure.

Peer-reviewed scientific studies on EMF related subjects

Friday, 3 August 2018

Parents, teachers and students want to know why the “No Cell Phone” policy has not been implemented in our Schools?

More and more schools are applying a 'No Cell Phone' policy during school hours due to distractions that negatively impact learning. This has made a huge impact on the reduction of radiation exposure our children are experiencing in our classrooms.  The US National Toxicology Program, Expert Panel, recently concluded there is “Clear Evidence of Carcinogenic Activity” and the association of cancer in the heart and brain and cell phone radiation. We can't afford to ignore this health risk for another school year.
Here is just a few examples:

US Schools Are Banning Cell Phones In The Classroom
This is a compilation of news from 2016 and 2017

Cell Phones in Schools: To ban or not to ban?

Transition to cellphone-free classrooms smooth: principal

France to impose total ban on mobile phones in schools

This School Banned Cell Phones And Happiness Followed

Secondary schools are introducing strict new bans on mobile phones 

'Cellphone hotels' give Kingston students a break
NSW review may ban smart phones in schools

Parents, teachers welcome ban on cell phones in schools

Proposed legislation looks to tackle phone use in schools

Government outlaws use of cell phones in schools

Phonegate, which exposed the fact that 250 makes of cell phones were emitting levels of microwave radiation that exceeded by many times the French allowable limit, resulted in the EU government protecting the telecoms. Testing information can now be kept completely secret. The public no longer will be allowed to know how dangerous their cell phones are.

WHO classifies 'gaming disorder' as mental health condition
The WHO has recognized a 'Gaming Disorder' as a verifiable diagnosis, now included in the International Classification of Diseases -- the ICD.  Health insurance will now have to consider coverage of some forms of treatment