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Nicholas Kardaras, author of Glow Kids, frightened a Westhampton Library audience March 3 with graphic descriptions of the negative effects of excessive screen time on the brains of children and teenagers.
Nicholas Kardaras, author of Glow Kids, which says cellphones and computers are exercising the “fright/flight” part of youthful brains rather than the thinking part, will appear from noon to 2 p.m. Friday March 3 at the Westhampton Free Library.
Three scientists have published a document that says science, governments and business have failed to adequately protect the public from the dangers of Wi-Fi and other electromagnetic sources. (1 reader comment)
ReviveHealth first began working with Vanberbilt in 2012 and now has been tasked to handle all marketing, advertising, digital, social and PR work.
Wi-Fi health advocates are urging PR people and others to email their senators voicing opposition to bills that would allow neighborhoods to be blanketed with pulsed radiation.
Susan Goldstein, former chair of Ruder Finn’s global healthcare practice, has been named partner, chief strategy officer and managing director of health at Makovsky.
Psychotherapist Nicholas Kardaras, author of Glow Kids, which warns of the dangers of excessive screen time by children, is petitioning the U.S. Senate and House to demand warning labels on cellphones, computers. (1 reader comment)
A school committee of Worcester, second largest city in Massachusetts (pop. 180,000) is taking up the issue whether Wi-Fi and other sources of radiation pose a threat to its 24,000 students. (1 reader comment)
Wi-Fi health advocate Cecilia Doucette and parent Keith Marciniak have created a five-part YouTube series that describes the health hazards of pulsed electro-magnetic radiation that floods the environment.
The court battle between the cellphone industry and Berkeley, Calif., which wants notices posted at the point of sale, exposes flaws in the U.S. legal system.