French safety watchdog sniffing out cell phone-cancer links

In a recent awakening of sense on the part of the authorities, a French safety watchdog has issued new recommendations regarding the use of cell phones by children. According to reports on The Telegraph, National Agency for Health and Environmental Safety – children have been advised to limit their use of cell phones, preferably to less than 40 minutes per …

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Are you allergic to Wifi?

In a bizarre new string of allergies that are sprouting up, people may find themselves to be ‘electrosensitive’, or in simple – allergic to Wifi. For most of us who are dependent on Wifi to the brink of existence – this spells eminent doom. One such individual who is one of a growing number of people who identify themselves as …

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Two new studies correlate wireless phones and malignant tumours

It is a well-known fact that mobile and cordless phones emit radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF), when used and it is even clearer that there is an increased risk of developing brain tumour as an effect. In a recent study done in May 2011, The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) at the World Health Organization (WHO) evaluated the …

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Eminent scientists discuss whether Wi-Fi blunts our school children?

How EMF (Electromagnetic Fields) can affect our bodies have been puzzling medical experts for decades, but Waldo may just be coming out of hiding as a paper published in the Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, by Dr. Martin Pall, Professor emeritus of biochemistry and basic medical sciences at Washington State University clearly highlights the EMF effect on our bodies. It …

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Dr. Oz reveals Cell phone-Cancer link on his show

The latest episode on Dr. Oz’s TV show may just tell us what we need to hear and not what we want to hear – that cell phones are inextricably linked with cancer. Dr. John West – a breast cancer surgeon at Breastlink in Orange County, and founder of the ‘Be Aware Foundation’, recently travelled to New York City to …

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You might want to get that phone out of your bra

Two years ago, 21-year old Tiffany Frantz would slide her phone into her bra and carry on without a care in the world. Yes, it would have been convenient back then, but little did she know that her bad habit had silently caused breast cancer. She found a lump in her breast, and soon got to know that she had …

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French clinical study attributes Hypersensitivity to electromagnetic fields

Consistent with commitments made following the round table “RF, health, environment,” a study to evaluate a protocol of specialized care of patients with idiopathic environmental intolerance (“hypersensitivity”) attributed to electromagnetic fields began in February 2012. This is an independent pilot study, lasting 44 months, publicly funded in the framework of a National Hospital Clinical Research (PHRC 2010). Led by the …

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Leeds man’s 20 year phone masts fight

A master protester has his eyes on stopping a sixth mobile phone mast going up in his area in 20 years. Roy Bowler, from Middleton, has again been spurred into action again by proposals to build an almost 12-metre-high mast in Ring Road, Middleton – this time outside Middleton Park Golf Club. Last year Roy, 70, helped to stop Vodafone …

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BWCA cellphone tower lawsuit heads to trial

When campers in the remote Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness look up on a clear night, they expect to see spectacular starry skies, the Milky Way, maybe even some meteors or the Northern Lights. They don’t expect to see a flashing red light from the top of a cellphone tower. That’s why an environmental group is going to court Monday to …

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Cell overuse can cause brain cancer

Talking for too long on a mobile phone every day, half an hour or more, could increase the risk of brain cancer. However, a flawed study on cellphone use and brain cancer conducted by World Health Organisation has found no clear link between the two, if used moderately. WHO’s Interphone report, published in the ‘International Journal of Epidemiology’ this week, …

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