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Use of wifi in French primary schools restricted by law

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Date14 September, 2016
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September 2016 - The French parliament passed a law in June which compels primary schools to switch off all wifi networks when they are not being specifically used for educational purposes. According to Senator Joël Labbé this measure is simply a question of using one’s common sense. The French parliament wanted to implement Read More

American government study: relationship between EM-radiation from mobile phones and cancer in rats.

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Date8 June, 2016
Categories:Agencies and radiation, Electromagnetic radiation, Health and radiation

May 2016 - An American government study has uncovered a connection between radio emissions from mobile phones and cancer in rats. The result of this study caused much commotion in the US media last week and The Wall Street Journal  ran a headline “Cellphone Cancer Link Found in Government Study”. News-station NBC referred Read More

TEDx Talk ‘Wireless wake-up call’ by former Silicon Valley engineer.

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Date25 April, 2016
Categories:Electrohypersensitivity, Electromagnetic radiation, Health and radiation

Former Silicon Valley engineer Jeremy Johnson gave on 6 February this year a TEDx Talk with the title ‘Wireless wakeup call’. TEDx Talks are short inspirational films with an innovative character that are highly regarded around the world In this presentation, Johnson wanted to create an awareness that the radiation from wireless technology has Read More

Documentary on Australian television: 'Be aware of radiation – especially with children.'

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Date8 March, 2016
Categories:Children and radiation, Electromagnetic radiation, Health and radiation

Recently a documentary entitled ‘Wi-fried’ was aired on Australian television. The makers were looking for an answer to the question of whether radiation from wireless equipment can negatively affect  your health. During the film, several medical experts gave their opinions. They stated that although wireless technology offers enormous advantages to society – it is Read More

Research shows Floww affects blood circulation

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Date26 November, 2015
Categories:Electrohypersensitivity, Health and radiation

Nuland, The Netherlands, November 2015 - The products of Floww® Health Technology, which aim to transform electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones and other devices into natural body frequencies, affect the quality of the blood circulation. This conclusion may be drawn from a recently completed pilot study by prof. Dr. Anna van Wersch, health psychologist at Read More

EM Radiation expert Prof. Johansson investigates the effect of Floww

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Date19 February, 2015
Categories:Agencies and radiation, Floww, Health and radiation

Watch the video Prof. Olle Johansson is a researcher and lecturer at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden’s largest and best-known medical university and, coincidentally, the institute that awards the annual Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. The Swedish professor Johansson is regarded worldwide as an authority in the field of electromagnetic radiation. He recently Read More

New Years’ resolution for 2015: deal with your mobile phone in a positive way

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Date6 January, 2015
Categories:Electromagnetic radiation, Health and radiation

In recent years the mobile phone has affected our lives and the way we interact with each other considerably. Especially young people seem to be glued to their mobile: they wake up and go to bed with it. Parents watch this with concern. Less intensive phone use could put an end to a lot of Read More

Intensive phone use by young people source of stress and fatigue

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Date27 November, 2014
Categories:Children and radiation, Health and radiation, Uncategorized

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