Jini Patel Thompson interviews a PhD expert on WiFi and cellphone radiation – Dr. Magda Havas – and gets us clear answers as to what exactly we should be concerned about and how to protect ourselves and our children in this wireless age.
There are so many misconceptions and misinformation when it comes to what is called microwave radiation / radio frequencies. So we’re talking about WiFi, wireless computers, cell phones, Nintendo’s, Wii, all of these wireless devices.
We have journalists, telecom executives and government agencies saying things like, “Well, you don’t need to worry because a year sitting in a classroom near a wireless network is roughly equivalent to 20 minutes on a cell phone.” Or: “The health protection agency in the UK points out that a person sitting in a WiFi hotspot for a year would be exposed to only the same amount of radiation from a 20-minute mobile phone call.”
If that’s true, then why do we have thousands of people diagnosed with electrohypersensitivity (EHS)? Why are leukemia and brain cancer rates in children through the roof? Find out the real truth and what you can do about it….
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Magda Havas, MSc., PhD, is Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University; where she also does research on the biological effects of environmental contaminants. Dr. Havas received her PhD from the University of Toronto, completed postdoctoral research at Cornell University, and taught at the University of Toronto before going to join Trent University, also in Ontario, Canada.
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