Dr. Weeks’ Comment: Cell phones are killing us. No. Correction… We are willingly killing ourselves (and our kids) with cell phones. And obfuscating cell phones companies are accomplices. We are seduced by the convenience factor of being infinitely “in touch” and we are deaf to the lethality of holding that dangerous device up to our head. Industry has been dishonest and the precautionary principle has been ignored by public health bureaucrats asleep (or remunerated) at the wheel. Soon, we will learn that cells phones are more lethal in America than guns. Let’s start with an understanding of brain cancer.
Insurance Companies opting out EMF radiation claims
Non Ionizing Radiation=Dangerous
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|Re: Connect and die: The wireless epidemic||82||greengirl5||16-Dec-17 03:40|
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|Evidence neither conclusive or inconclusive||229||Richard Fusniak||16-Dec-17 10:42|