July 2016

The July 8, 2016 ANSES Report recommends regulatory changes to ensure "sufficiently large safety margins" to protect the health of young children. "ALL wireless devices, including tablets, cordless phones, remote controlled toys, wireless toys, baby monitors and surveillance bracelets, should be subjected to the same regulatory obligations as cell phones."

NIOSH U.S. Government Scientist Explains The Why and How To Reduce Worker Exposures to ELF-EMF Magnetic Fields
Joseph D. Bowman, PhD, of the Engineering and Physical Hazards Branch at The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) presented these slides to protect workers' health. Read More
Skyrocketing Increases in Thyroid Cancer in Nordic Countries 
Researchers state results warrant investigating radiation exposure as a possible cause.
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Melanoma and Breast Cancer Significantly Associated with FM Transmitters
Dr. Lisa Nagy joins The Doctors to increase awareness about electromagnetic-sensitivity
5G: The Next Massive Experiment on Our Children
Ignoring the U.S. government's own research and French and Israeli Government concerns, the U.S. is the first country in the world to open up higher-frequency millimeter wave spectrum for 5G.
Newer Untested Technology May Be More Dangerous Than Older Technology 
Scientific analysis shows that lower-powered, higher-frequency phones could be more carcinogenic than 2G, raising serious health questions for untested, even higher-frequency 4G LTE and 5G.

Former U.S. Fish and Wildlife Senior Biologist Warns Wildlife Could Be Endangered by Untested Wireless Technology
Dr. Albert M. Manville explains his recommendations that the FCC consider the non-thermal effects of cell tower antenna emissions on migratory birds and wildlife.

Wall Street Journal: Debate Rekindled Over Health Risks From Cellphone Use
"Study results support push for tougher standards to protect humans from potential health effects." Professor Om Gandhi is featured in WSJ's second article covering the National Toxicology Program study results.
The Public Health Consequences of Destroying Our Landlines
Saving Your Landline May Save Your Life" says Dr. Cindy Russell in the Santa Clara County Medical Association's article on the push to remove copper telephone lines. Read More
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