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December 4th , 2019
TR Daily: FCC Maintains Existing RF Exposure Limits

TR Daily: FCC Maintains Existing RF Exposure Limits December 4, 2019 Paul Kirby Reprinted with permission of TR Daily The FCC released an item today maintaining its existing radio frequency (RF) exposure limits despite arguments that they are unsafe and should be tightened. The agency also took other actions that advocates for stricter RF standards […]

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December 3rd , 2019
2019 EMF Conference Videos

The 2019 EMF Conference Videos are now available to the public! “What’s happening here at EMFC 2019 is going to jumpstart a much-needed change in the mainstream medical community,” stated presenter Cindy Russell, MD and Executive Director of Physicians for Safe Technology. EMFC 2019 is the first conference of its kind in the United States […]

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December 2nd , 2019
National Institutes of Health: DNA Damage from Cell Phone Radio-Frequency Radiation

National Institutes of Health National Toxicology Program  Updates Webpage on Cell Phone Radiation DNA Damage in Rats and Mice from Cell Phone Radio-frequency Radiation The National Toxicology Program (NTP) has updated their webpage on cell phone radiation. The webpage  now includes their published research findings of DNA damage in both rats and mice. In addition […]

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November 21st , 2019
Health Experts Warn Black Friday Shoppers About Children & Wireless Devices

Health Experts Warn Black Friday Shoppers About Wireless Devices for Kids with National #PracticeSafeTech Campaign Washington, DC – Ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, doctors and scientists warn parents about their children’s safety when choosing wireless holiday gifts. Leading think tank Environmental Health Trust (EHT) is promoting safer use of cell phones, laptops and […]

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November 20th , 2019
November 21st Dr. Devra Davis Lecture at Dominican University: The Public Health Threat from Wi-Fi Innovation

Free lecture by Dr. Devra Davis on The Public Health Threat from Wi-Fi Innovation November 21, 2019, 12:45 – 1:30 p.m., Angelico Concert Hall.  The event is open to the public, so bring family, friends, and everyone on your block! https://www.dominican.edu/academics/osher/65797-dominican-olli-course-catalog-fall-2019rev.pdf

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October 30th , 2019
Cell Phone Radiation is Associated with DNA Damage in Peer-Reviewed Analysis of NTP Study.

Cell Phone Radiation is Associated with DNA Damage in Peer-Reviewed Analysis of NTP Study US National Toxicology Program to perform follow up studies. The peer-reviewed scientific study “Evaluation of the genotoxicity of cell phone radiofrequency radiation in male and female rats and mice following subchronic exposure” was published in Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis by National […]

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October 24th , 2019
French Authorities Recommend Cell Phones be Tested at Body Contact After Health Agency Issues Report on Cell Phone Radiation

French Authorities Recommend Cell Phones be Tested at Body Contact After Health Agency Issues Report on Cell Phone Radiation Recommendations include that the public reduce radiation exposure The French National Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES) has just released a report entitled “Mobile phones close to the body and health.” ANSES […]

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Cyprus Medical and Children’s Health Associations Submit 5G Position Paper to Parliamentary Committees

Position Statement on 5G Released by the PanCyprian Medical Association  and the National Committee on the Environment and Child Health  “The Risks to Public Health from the Use of the 5G Network”  September 19, 2019 The  Pancyprian Medical Association and Cyprus National Committee on the Environment and Child Health submitted a position paper on 5G […]

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October 23rd , 2019
Questions After State Issues Landmark Best Practices For Digital Device Use in Schools Aimed at Protecting Students From Health Impacts of Screens

Questions After State Issues Landmark Best Practices For Digital Device Use in Schools Aimed at Protecting Students From Health Impacts of Screens The Maryland State Department Of Education (MSDE) has issued the first of its kind US state guidance for “Health and Safety Best Practice Guidelines: Digital Devices.” However, health advocates who pushed Maryland to […]

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October 21st , 2019
International Business Times: The Dangerous Push For More Technology In Schools

The Dangerous Push For More Technology In Schools OpEd by Dr. Devra Davis  10/19/19 AT 1:33 PM Published on International Business Times   A legacy of President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society, Title 1 schools, are located in some of the poorest neighborhoods in this nation. More than half of all schools in America are eligible for special funding to enhance […]

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