Electromagnetic Health

Mar 04, 2017: EMFs, Risks, Not Enough to Stop 5G Network

The FCC’s proposed regulations would allow widespread and rapid deployment of a “5G” network under a proposed “streamlining” of the siting process. Not only is the justification of deployment weak, there are many reasons that large scale “streamlined” (minimal government oversight, especially at the state level) and rapid deployment is a very bad idea.

Jun 17, 2013: Panel Event on Dangers of Exposure to EMF

Learn About: The Emerging Public Health Issue From Cell Phones and Wireless Technologies. The trillion dollar wireless communications industry has grown to dominate our lives over the past decades yet little concern has been paid by U.S. public health officials to the long term health risks from continually bathing ourselves, and our children, in electromagnetic fields. Warnings From Around the…

Jul 26, 2011: FCC Must Update Cell Tower Safety Regulations, Say Health and Environmental Advocates

Washington, D.C. – Citizen-activists are being urged by Citizens for Health, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine, and the EMF advocacy group, ElectromagneticHealth.org, to contact their representatives in Congress to request the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to update its obsolete cell tower safety regulations. The FCC’s cell tower safety regulations need to be revised immediately because: 1) WHO has classified…

Jul 08, 2011: “50+ EMF Safety Tips & Insights”*

“50+ EMF Safety Tips & Insights” is an overview of cell phone and wireless technology hazards prepared for the convenience of media, physicians, health practitioners, parents, schools, and patients with chronic or unexplained illnesses by leading health and environmental activist, Camilla Rees, MBA. Read this foundational education and share!

Jan 25, 2010: Brain Tumor Hazard For Children From Cell Phones

Washington, DC, September 4, 2009 On August 25, 2009 the International EMF [Electro Magnetic Field] Collaborative released Cellphones and Brain Tumors: 15 Reasons for Concern. This report underscores the risk of tumors from cellphone use, especially for children. Endorsed by a wide range of scientists from around the world, the report makes three findings based on a review of existing…

Oct 27, 2009: Top ‘Safe’ Cell Phones That Aren’t Safe

By Camilla Rees, via www.mercola.com Just prior to the recent Senate hearings on cell phone safety, Chaired by Senator Tom Harkin, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) released a new database for consumers ranking over 1,000 cell phones by the Specific Absorption Rate, known as the SAR value. The SAR value is a measure of the power of the cell phone…

Aug 31, 2009: Cellphones Cause Brain Tumors, Says New Report by International EMF Collaborative

Thanks to Camilla Rees at www.electromagnetichealth.org for the news tip. August 25, 2009 – A new report, “Cellphones and Brain Tumors: 15 Reasons for Concern, Science, Spin and the Truth Behind Interphone,” was released today by a collaborative of international EMF activists. Groups affiliated with the report include Powerwatch and the Radiation Research Trust in the U.K., and in the…

Aug 20, 2009: Senator Arlen Specter Said To Hold a Cell Phone Hearing

Thanks to Camilla Rees at www.electromagnetichealth.org for the news tip. August 18, 2009 via www.microwavenews.com Senator Arlen Specter (D-PA) will hold a hearing on cell phones and health on September 14. So says Devra Davis, an activist scientist at the University of Pittsburgh. If Specter follows through, it would be the centerpiece of a conference she is organizing that week…

Aug 15, 2009: France Bans Cell Phones in Primary Schools

Image Credit: Eco Warrior Article by Camilla Rees via www.electromagnetichealth.org France has banned cell phones in primary schools. In addition, France is requiring manufacturers to create handsets that allow only texting to reduce health risks to children. France is also requiring manufacturers to offer phones that work only with headsets to reduce exposure to radiation experienced with current cellphones, where…