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Watch Australian News
"Residents Fear Health
from High Tension Power Lines"
Residents near Sydney
staged a dramatic demonstration of EMF concerns by lighting up
fluorescent lightbulbs - unplugged - underneath power lines. (Sydney
New Zealand TV
with Dr. George Carlo
Dr. George Carlo, former
chief scientist of the $28 million research into cell phone safety,
talks about his alarming findings.
(Campbell Live, TV3)
Press Articles - EMF and Cell Phone Radiation issues:
• Using Wi-fi
has Cost Me My Life (Sunday Express-UK, August 5, 2007)
Report on the symptoms of electrosensitivity and stories of victims who
say their lives have been devastated by the effects of wireless
• Wi-Fi's Electric Shock (NOW
Toronto News, March 15, 2006)
According to stats, about 2 or 3 per cent of the population suffers
from potentially debilitating electro-hypersensitivity, or EHS. Over a
third of us are a little electro-sensitive and just don't know it.
• Radiation Bureau Cautions
Cordless Phone Users (M&C News, February 13, 2006)
People who use cordless phones should keep their conversations to a
minimum, Germany's federal bureau for radiation protection recommends.
• New Cordless Phones Danger (News
of the World, February 5, 2006)
Having a cordless phone in your house can be 100 times more of a health
risk than using a mobile, according to Swedish researchers.
• Teddy Bear Mobile 'Puts 4-Year
Olds at Risk from Radiation' (Telegraph News, November 29, 2005)
A teddy bear-shaped mobile phone targeted towards four- to 10-year-olds
was launched amidst concerns by experts about the potential hazards of
radiation for children.
• Distress Signals (Toronto
Star, November 11, 2005)
Another excellent report on electrosensitivity, or ES, an allergic
reaction to electropollution that affects a few people out of a
thousand. Expert suggests links to MS and diabetes..
• Court Victory is a First for Cell
Phone Programmers (Sun Sentinel, October 2, 2005)
An administrative law judge who handles worker's compensation
claims.grants court victory to a woman who suffered a brain tumor while
working as a cell phone programmer.
• Electrical Fields Can Make You
Sick (The Sunday Times-Britain, September 11, 2005)
A British government agency has acknowledged for the first time that
electrosensitivity, a heightened reaction to electrical energy, will be
recognised as a physical impairment..
• Cell Phone Radiation May Cause
Visual Damage (IsraCast Technology News, July 29, 2005)
A study conducted by Israeli researchers found a new link between
microwave radiation and the development of cataracts.
• Kids' Cellphone Use in Spotlight
(Toronto Star, July 14, 2005)
Public calls for greater caution around children's use of cellphones
are emerging as scientists raise questions about the impact of radio
frequencies on young heads and bodies.
• Limit Cell Use: Health Officer (Toronto
Star, July 12, 2005)
Canada's top public health official (equivalent to US Surgeon General)
urges caution regarding cell phone use in a WHO conference address.
• Is Her Cellphone Safe? (Toronto
Star, July 10, 2005)
Some scientists complain about corporate interests meddling with
science in getting the truth out about potential risks of cell phone
• Kids at Risk? (Toronto
Star, July 9, 2005)
A close look at the potential long term impact of cell phone use,
especially among children and teens. Concern raised regarding the
wireless industry's marketing towards children..
• Cell Phone Safety Lawsuits Revived
(Internet News, Mar 18, 2005)
A federal appeals court ruled cell phone makers could be sued in state
court over claims that wireless equipment emits unsafe levels of radio
• The Cell Phone Industry: Big
Tobacco 2.0? (CNET.com, Mar 8, 2005)
Industry analysts know that any lawsuit that succeeds could start a
domino effect of future lawsuits, which keeps the industry determined
to maintain that the product is harmless, despite increasing evidence
to the contrary.
• Mobile Phones Tumour Risk to
Young Children (London Times, Jan. 12, 2005)
CHILDREN under the age of eight should not use mobile phones, parents
were advised last night after an authoritative report linked heavy use
to ear and brain tumours.
• Mobile Phone Radiation Harms DNA, New
Study Finds (Reuters, Dec. 20, 2004)
Radio waves from mobile phones harm body cells and damage DNA in
laboratory conditions, according to a new study majority-funded by the
• Study Links Tumors to Cell
Phone Use (Consumer Affairs, October 14, 2004)
A study in the international journal Epidemiology finds that
people who have used cell phones for at least 10 years may have an
increased risk of developing a rare brain tumor.
• Men and Mobiles: Calls to Take
Caution (MSN, June 28, 2004)
Mobile phones cut sperm count up to 30%, according to new research.
Those who place their phone near their groin, or belt or in a pocket,
are at greatest risk
• Brain Tumours: the Silent Killer
(MSN, June 7, 2004)
A pre-eminent neurosurgeon in Australia looks at possible link between
21% increase in children's brain tumors and mobile phone use.
• Mobile Users are Advised to Keep
Their Calls Short (Evening Times London, April 30, 2004)
New health warning issued by health experts after being contacted by
members of the public concerned about emissions from phones and masts
• Fresh Fears over Cell Phones (Popular
Science, February 2004)
A Swedish study links mobile phones to brain damage in rats.
• What Cell Phones Can Do To
Youngster's Brain In 2 Minutes (U.K. Sunday Mirror, London,
April 1, 2004)
Scientists have discovered that a call lasting just 2 minutes can alter
the natural electrical activity of a child's brain for up to an hour
• U.K. Gov. Bans Cell Phones in All Schools
(The Sun, UK Press November 16, 2003) TEACHERS
have been ordered to ban their pupils from using their mobile phones
amid rising safety fears.
• Feds to Launch $10 million for
Investigation into Cell Phones (Sun Sentinel Florida, November
The federal government is preparing to launch a multimillion dollar
investigation into potential cancer-causing or toxic effects associated
with the phones.
• Mobile Phones 'May Trigger
Alzheimer's' (BBC News, Feb 5, 2003)
Mobile phones damage key brain cells and could trigger the early onset
of Alzheimer's disease, a study suggests.
• Cell Phone Radiation, a
Nagging Concern (The Toronto Star, May 27, 2002)
If Nokia can spend huge amounts of money developing colour browsers and
long-lasting batteries, why not tackle the radiation issue?
• How Cell Phones Cause Cancer
(ZDNet UK, June 25, 2001)
Researchers in Australia hypothesize that mobile phone frequencies well
below current safety levels could stress cells in a way that has been
shown to increase susceptibility to cancer
• Cell Makers Eye Device as Radiation
Protection (New York Post, June 12, 2001)
The worlds big three cell-phone makers quietly have been working on
protective devices to reduce the amount of radiation absorbed by the
• Scientists Link Eye Cancer to Mobile
Phone (The Sunday Times: News, January 14 2001)
Mobile phones have been linked to human cancer in a scientific study
for the first time. The research suggests there is a threefold increase
in eye cancers among people who regularly use the devices.
• Hands-Free Mobile Phones "Emit More
Radiation" (Yahoo.News (UK&Ireland), April, 2000)
According to new research, some hands-free kits for mobile phones can
increase radiation exposure to the brain by up to three times!
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