Tell Pampers, wireless “smart” baby diapers are not safe!

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Tell Pampers, wireless “smart” baby diapers are not safe!


Companies including Pampers are launching “smart high tech diapers” with sensors attached to diapers to sense wetness and track urine. The sensors work in concert with a Wi-Fi baby monitor and an app that lets parents keep track of their baby’s diaper situation indicating when the baby needs to be changed.

Parents need to know about safety considerations from electromagnetic exposure when buying wireless tech devices. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends reducing exposure from wireless devices. “They’re not toys. They have radiation that is emitted from them and the more we can keep it off the body and use in other ways, it will be safer,” said Jennifer A. Lowry, M.D.  of the AAP.

Families Advocating for Chemical & Toxics Safety has created a petition telling PAMPERS  that wireless diapers are not safe. The petition is going viral!

Please see the petition  here “Tell Pampers, wireless “smart” baby diapers are not safe!”

 

 

 

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