Cell Tower Health Effects

Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D - 18 July 2022 Federal regulations protect the public only from the thermal (i.e., heating) risk due to short-term exposure to high intensity, cell tower radiation. The Federal radio frequency exposure limits ignore the preponderance of peer-reviewed studies that has found harmful bio-effects from exposure to non-thermal levels of cell phone … Continuer la lecture de Cell Tower Health Effects

Submission to IRISH Government on ICNIRP Guidelines

Electromagnetic Sense Ireland - by Ethna Monks - 16Dec2021 Submission 2021 re ICNIRP Guidelines pdf Submission to Government Departments ARE THE ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION GUIDELINES CURRENTLY BEING USED, PARTICULARLY THOSE FOR WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS, PROTECTIVE OF OUR HEALTH? It seems that all enquiries to Government Departments regarding possible health effects from emissions of Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and … Continuer la lecture de Submission to IRISH Government on ICNIRP Guidelines

Lost Opportunities for Cancer Prevention: Historical Evidence on early Warnings with Emphasis on Radiofrequency Radiation

Lennart Hardell and Michael Carlberg - 19Mar2021 In this open access article lost opportunities for cancer prevention are discussed including tobacco, asbestos, DDT, dioxins, such pesticides such as phenoxy acetic acids and glyphosate. Mostly there has been a long time period between the first publications on cancer risks until preventive measurements have been undertaken. Thereby … Continuer la lecture de Lost Opportunities for Cancer Prevention: Historical Evidence on early Warnings with Emphasis on Radiofrequency Radiation

[Comment] Appeals that matter or not on a moratorium on the deployment of the fifth generation, 5G, for microwave radiation.

Authors - Lennart Hardell, Rainer Nyberg - 22 Jan 2020https://doi.org/10.3892/mco.2020.1984 Abstract Radiofrequency (RF) radiation in the frequency range of 30 kHz‑300 GHz is classified as a ‘possible’ human carcinogen, Group 2B, by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) since 2011. The evidence has since then been strengthened by further research; thus, RF radiation … Continuer la lecture de [Comment] Appeals that matter or not on a moratorium on the deployment of the fifth generation, 5G, for microwave radiation.

Time to Wake Up to the Global Public Health Issue of Phonegate

Please read the updated version 16 Jan 2020 See the Updated version Time to Wake Up to the Global Public Health Issue of Phonegateby Meris Michaels, Revised 16 January 2020 For over 20 years, cell phone users have been knowingly misled about their true levels of exposure to radiofrequency radiation RFR) under real conditions of … Continuer la lecture de Time to Wake Up to the Global Public Health Issue of Phonegate

Wireless carriers Concede they are Not Aware of any Independent Scientific Studies on Safety of 5G technologies

(USA) "At Senate Commerce Hearing, Blumenthal Raises Concerns on 5G Wireless Technology's Potential Health Risks - (Feb 7, 2019) Blumenthal criticizes the FCC & FDA for inadequate answers on outstanding public health questions Wireless carriers concede they are not aware of any independent scientific studies on safety of 5G technologies [WASHINGTON, DC]— During today’s Senate … Continuer la lecture de Wireless carriers Concede they are Not Aware of any Independent Scientific Studies on Safety of 5G technologies

Effets thermiques et non thermiques sur la santé des rayonnements non ionisants de faible intensité : Une perspective internationale

Belpomme D, Hardell L, Belyaev I, Burgio E, Carpenter DO. Faits saillants L'exposition aux champs électromagnétiques a considérablement augmenté.Les champs électromagnétiques d'intensité faible et non thermique augmentent le risque de cancer chez les animaux et les humains.Certaines personnes sont particulièrement sensibles et développent un syndrome d'électrohypersensibilité.Il est urgent de reconnaître les dangers associés à une … Continuer la lecture de Effets thermiques et non thermiques sur la santé des rayonnements non ionisants de faible intensité : Une perspective internationale