HOW TO LESSEN YOUR HEALTH RISKS FROM THE WIRELESS WORLD
Notes On Environmental Risks
Extracted from the 2017 Report of the “Physicians’ Health Initiative for Health and Environment”
There is a vast body of peer-reviewed scientific literature connecting radio frequency radiation with numerous potentially serious health and environmental effects. Tens of thousands of papers show evidence of harm ranging from those registered at molecular level, such as oxidative stress, sometimes termed “Rapid Aging Syndrome” to systemic effects that have been shown to affect all systems.
SOURCES OF RF EXPOSURE:
WIRELESS ROUTERS/SIGNAL BOOSTERS
WIRELESS PRINTERS, SPEAKERS
CELL PHONES AND CELL PHONE TOWER
CORDLESS PHONE BASE STATIONS
ADVERSE HEALTH CONDITIONS LINKED WITH EMR
An increasing number of studies indicate adverse health effects as a result of environmental exposure to electromagnetic pollution. There is substantial evidence indicating that even low intensity EMF exposures can cause ill health.
Conditions Linked with Environmental EMF Exposures and Landmark Papers:
Cancer (Coureau et al. 2014, Moon et al. 2014, Hardell & Carlberg 2013); Cancer rates for females living adjacent base stations 4.15 times greater than those at lower exposures (p < 0.0001) (Wolf & Wolf 2004).
Alzheimer’s disease (Davanipour & Sobel 2009, Huss et al. 2009);
Childhood & adult leukemia (Dolk et al. 1997, Hocking 1996);
Autism (Herbert & Sage 2012, Kane 2004);
Immune system effects (Boscolo et al. 2001, Novoselova et al. 1999);
Miscarriage (Li et al. 2002);
Infertility (Avenda o et al. 2010, Otitoloju et al. 2010, Aitken & De Iuliis 2007);
DNA damage (De Iuliis et al. 2009, REFLEX 2004);
Oxidative stress (Kumar et al. 2012, Agarwal et al. 2009, Ilhan et al. 2004).
Depression (Eger & Jahn 2010, Bortkiewicz et al. 2004, Santini et al. 2002).
Sleep quality (Oberfeld et al. 2004,Edger & Jahn 2010).
It is important to note that radio waves are already classified as Group 2B Possible Carcinogens, (WHO/IARC 2011) based on increased rates of the fatal brain tumour, glioma, linked with increased radiofrequency radiation exposure.
Some experts are calling for an upgrade to Group 2A Probably carcinogenic to humans, or even to Group 1, Carcinogenic to humans. (Hardell & Carlberg 2015, 2013).
The partial report from the US National Toxicology Program (NTP 2016, 2016a) is already creating pressure for a classification upgrade. The full report, to be published this year, will further corroborate this concerning finding with evidence of DNA damage.
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