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Youth Health Care Cyprus: ‘Protect children against the radiation from mobile telephones and wireless internet.’

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Date19 April, 2016
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The government department for environment and youth health care in Cyprus launched a public service video last December which informed about the dangers of electromagnetic radiation (EMR). In this video, parents are advised to protect their children against the emissions from mobile telephones and wireless internet. It is stated that the World Health Organisation (WHO) Read More

Paediatrician child health care centre: "Radiation is too little recognized as a stressful environmental factor"

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Date26 May, 2015
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Daniëlle Cheriex has been working as a paediatrician at a child health care centre for nearly thirty years. According to her, radiation should be on the radar of both parents and child health care as a stressful environmental factor. Daniëlle Cheriex: "I have worked as a paediatrician at various child health care centres for almost Read More

Intensive phone use by young people source of stress and fatigue

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Date27 November, 2014
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More and more scientific studies show that mobile phone radiation affects the nervous system. Also, mobile phones are increasingly associated with stress and sleeping disorders. Young people appear to be particularly sensitive to this, partly because of the social pressure of being available constantly and the "fear of missing out on something”. Young people and Read More

K.M.W. Janssen MSc: "Children can become overstimulated by radiation"

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Date15 October, 2014
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Although it cannot be seen, tasted, heard or smelled, our nervous system does discern radiation from electronic and wireless devices. According to K.M.W. Janssen MSc, this can lead to overstimulation and can contribute to the development of various health and behavioural problems in children, including ADHD, ADD and autism. According to her it is important Read More

Radiation could have negative effect on children's behaviour

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Date23 September, 2014
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More and more children are labelled having ADHD, ADD, autism or dyslexia. The increased amount of radiation from wireless applications such as mobile phones, wireless internet and transmission masts could very well play a role in this. This much is evident from the recently published report of the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Read More

Research into migratory behaviour of robins confirms: weak electromagnetic fields can affect humans, animals and nature

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Date19 June, 2014
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How it can be that people react sensitively to electromagnetic radiation which in strength is below the legal safety standards is still a mystery for science. The current scientific paradigm is that only strong electromagnetic fields can have an effect on humans, animals and the environment. A study by a German university of the migratory Read More

Professor Anna van Wersch Ph.D. tests blood on the effect of mobileFloww®

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Date4 April, 2014
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This video comes from the private archive of Professor Anna van Wersch Ph.D. of the English Teesside University and contains unique images of her husband and herself while testing their blood. This experiment took place as preparation for a larger, similar research into the effect of the mobileFloww®. Anna van Wersch is a professor at Read More

Duke University researchers discover Mobile phones can be charged wirelessly with energy from Wi-Fi signals

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Date16 December, 2013
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Researchers at Duke University have developed a device that allows mobile phones to be recharged wirelessly by using the power of Wi-Fi signals. Has the time passed that mobile phones have to be ‘put on a drip’ every night before going to bed and that you can’t travel without packing a charger in your suitcase? Read More