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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

RADIATION EDUCATION --> EMR Safety for kids...BY KIDS

RADIATION EDUCATION --> EMR Safety for kids...BY KIDS
http://www.radiationeducation.com/Helpful_Sites.html

Helpful Sites



If you want to learn more about microwave radiation from WiFi, cell phones, cordless phones, iPads, etc. These sites are good ones that have good information.
WiredChild will helps people reduce the risks from using mobile phones, cordless phones, wi-fi and other wireless products:
http://wiredchild.org/

Children As Victims Inquiry - wants to protect children from wireless radiation. Good stuff from both Europe and USA:
http://www.cavisoc.org.uk

This site has a lot of good quotes and interviews from scientific experts about the dangers of WiFi and cell phone radiation: http://electromagnetichealth.org/

This site is by parents who are trying to get WiFi out of their kids school:
http://www.safeschool.ca

Top EMR site in England, PowerWatch: http://www.powerwatch.org.uk

Empowering the public to protect children and youth from unsafe wireless technologies:
http://www.citizensforsafetechnology.org

This site has a good collection of research on cell phone and WiFi safety for your parents - click on the "Research" and "Press" tabs:
http://www.radiationresearch.org

Our Mum's site where she blogs about wifi stuff, but also how to keep your whole family healthy (especially if you have gut problems):
http://www.listentoyourgut.com

3 comments:

  1. It is actually nice to know that there are all kinds of safety education for all sorts of hazards in our daily lives nowadays. I sure do hope we had those kind of things back when we were kids, but then again, come to think of it, we didn't have stuffs like microwave, cellphones or things with such radiation sources much back in the days.

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    1. Negative effects from the medical field is one of the concerns that we should all be aware of. It both helps us today but may have a negative effect on our body in the future. Radiation shielding should be developed to minimize, if not eliminate, these impacts.

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