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1) An excellent letter from Jerry Flynn regarding Wi-Fi in hospitals, pointing out that patients are especially vulnerable to the health effects of microwave radiation.
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2) A new survey by the Canadian Mental Health Association found that depression and anxiety among younger people is epidemic in Canada. I see no consideration of possible reasons for this, but we’ve all seen many studies that show addiction to wireless devices and exposure to microwave radiation both lead to depression. And the 18-34 year olds are also suffering at increased levels of cancers. These people grew up with wireless gadgets. Coincidence?
Mental Health in the Balance: Ending the Health Care Disparity in Canada
“Over half of Canadians (53%) consider anxiety and depression to be ‘epidemic’ in Canada, with that perception spiking amongst younger people, according to a new survey commissioned by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).
Fifty-nine per cent of 18 to 34-year-olds consider anxiety and depression to be ‘epidemic’ in Canada, followed closely by addiction (56%) and ahead of physical illnesses such as cancer (50%), heart disease and stroke (34%), diabetes (31%) and HIV/AIDS (13%). The survey accompanies a national CMHA policy paper, Mental Health in the Balance: Ending the Health Care Disparity in Canada, released today, which calls for new legislation to address unmet mental health needs and bring mental health care into balance with physical health care.”
3) A really good, short, and punchy YouTube by Environmental Health Trust about RF/EMR. This is the type of thing that can get attention and I hope you will consider sharing widely. Independent scientists should be listened to!!
Scientists Speaking on Health Effects of Cell Phone Wireless Radiation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9thLHXuJs8 (2:50 minutes)
4) The Children with Cancer UK International Conference took place last week and offered live streaming. Videos of three days of presentations are now available. Each is about 8 hours long, so you might want to look at the program to select specific speakers you’d like to listen to.
(The videos of Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3 are available here along with some other videos.)
I have watched only the first 2 hours of Day 2. A very interesting chart showing how ICNIRP has been slow to acknowledge carcinogenic or dangerous products, often decades after the Ramazzini Institute has issued warnings. These slides are at minute 51 of Day 2. Hopefully, it will not take ICNIRP many more years to acknowledge the scientific evidence about RF. No more calls for more research. The evidence is there now and has been for years already.
Dr. Mallery-Blythe says when it comes to adapting a policy to reduce RF radiation exposure/turn off wireless devices when not in use…
“While reducing exposure is a nice idea, to be honest, when it comes to children, it’s a bit like giving them a low-tar cigarette. I don’t think it’s legally defensible in terms of proper protection for a group who is often times non-consenting and not benefiting….For that group, we should be looking at complete withdrawal from radiofrequency emissions and minimizing ELF emissions in the places they habituate – in schools and public places and empowering parents to do this at home.”