Nathan Kleinfield presided over a 12-page Sunday May 1 New York Times section on Alzheimer’s that had painful details of life with the brain disease but left out any mention of excessive radiation as a possible cause. (1 reader comment)
The prime time Israeli TV program on the dangers of radiation from Wi-Fi, cellphones, computers, cell towers, etc., a subject that has evaded U.S. TV, has been given English subtitles and transcribed. (1 reader comment)
AT&T, which bought DirecTV (wireless) for $49 billion last year, is on a drive to end landline phone service nationwide, alarming EMR health advocates who see danger in cordless and cellphones. (1 reader comment)
Avoid airlines with in-flight wireless, says EMF health advocate Camilla Rees, who notes an airline is a “metal cage” and is “an especially high risk environment for radiation.” One airline providing on-board Wi-Fi is Delta. (5 reader comments)
Governments, companies, scientists and others who want a "pile of bodies" before they limit Wi-Fi and other radiation remind Devra Davis of temporizing when smoking, asbestos and air pollution became health threats. Wi-Fi and EMR health advocates need better PR. (2 reader comments)
Wi-Fi health advocates were exultant today at news that an Israeli TV documentary titled “How We are Killing Ourselves—Wireless Radiation” won a high rating and Haifa ordered Wi-Fi removed from all schools. (6 reader comments)
Donna Rice Hughes, who campaigns for “safe” Wi-Fi for children, meaning blocking their access to internet porn, speaks at 1:30 p.m. today at Sheraton Tysons Corner, Va. Web health advocates say the Wi-Fi bombarding children in classrooms is anything but “safe."
Apartment dwellers in New York and elsewhere don’t realize it but dangerous radiation is pouring through their windows from cellphone antennas atop other buildings. Highest apartments are most at risk. (5 reader comments)
Advocates for healthy practices for cellphones, computers and other devices have organized “Wired Health Now 2016” April 19-21 to offset “Wi-Fi Now 2016” in Tysons Corner, Va., on the same dates. (3 reader comments)
Children’s of Alabama, a major pediatric center, is not living up to its promise to educate about children’s health because there is nothing about the dangers of Wi-Fi and other radiation on its website but plenty about lightning, bike safety and poison snakes. (1 reader comment)
PR Society of America director Garland Stansell, CCO of the third largest pediatric center in the U.S., and PRSA are logical hopes of Wi-Fi health advocates for a PR campaign vs. the plague of radiation that is especially harmful to children. (1 reader comment)
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