Electromagnetic Fields / Wireless Technologies
Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) come from electrical devices, including personal computers, tablets, smartphones, gaming devices, electronics, cell phone towers, and Wifi. Many children are exposed to EMFs in their high tech classrooms as well as in most public places. The World Health Organization classified EMFs as “probably carcinogenic to humans,” and research has shown EMF overexposure can include symptoms such as chronic headaches, fatigue, trouble sleeping, ringing in the ears, rashes/hives, and feeling stressed or “wired.” Other studies show the increase in electromagnetic fields present in the environment over the last decade is coterminous with the increase in autism rates.
Thermal and non-thermal health effects of low intensity non-ionizing radiation: An international perspective.
New study on “thermal and non-thermal health effects of low intensity non-ionizing radiation” concludes that “There is strong evidence that excessive exposure to mobile phone-frequencies over long periods of time increases the risk of brain cancer both in humans and animals.” “Unfortunately standards set by most national and international bodies are not protective of human health. This is a particular concern in children, given the rapid expansion of use of wireless technologies, the greater susceptibility of the developing nervous system, the hyperconductivity of their brain tissue, the greater penetration of radiofrequency radiation relative to head size and their potential for a longer lifetime exposure.”
This website posts monthly updates of published scientific papers on wireless radiation and EMFs—to date, more than 400 papers.
Discussion by EMF expert Dr. Klinghardt about exposure to EMFs and WiFi as the “root cause of health problems.”