Cell Phone Radiation in Children’s Brains

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Environmental Health Trust has completed its work on state of the art 3-D brain imaging that shows absorption levels of cell phone radiation by anatomically correct models of a child’s head compared to an adult’s head. This is the first time it has been done in 3D. Take a look

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On January 29, 2015, France broke from the WHO and ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) to establish its own National Radiofrequency Agency. In doing so, it passed a law banning Wi-Fi in nursery schools across the country and stated, in part, that for children up to 11 years of age, schools must turn off Wi-Fi when not in use!

On September 28, 2014, fifty-five Canadian doctors signed a declaration calling on Health Canada (HC) to “protect Canadians from radio frequency (RF) radiation.”

On July 9, 2014, 53 Scientists from 18 countries condemn Safety Code 6 (SC6) and call on HC to intervene to: “help avoid an emerging health crisis!”

Since at least 2009, major insurance companies have been concerned about the harmful effects of wireless technology, and today, in 2016, Lloyd’s of London, Swiss Re, Zurich Insurance and other major insurance companies will not insure against health effects attributed to wireless technology!

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Alison Heath Longevity Rescuer, hosts the EMFsummit on all aspects of electromagnetic fields and the popular multi-expert telesummit Your Vibrant Health Secrets. Creator of Easy Natural Facelift, your answer for beautiful skin inside and out. Transform your life with the anti-aging program The Longevity Toolbox and get all the antiaging tools to enjoy vibrant health with a youthful glow!
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