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The Increase of Brain Tumours in Adolescents

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In March of this year, Prevent Cancer Now posted a blog on their website called “Brain tumours now the most frequent form of cancer in U.S. adolescents: Ground-breaking American study.” It is a piece that depicts the staggering rate at which brain tumours are now affecting America’s youth. Not only are these brain tumours increasing […]
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Are Cell Phones and WiFi Signals Toxic, Particularly to Children?

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Earlier this year, GOOP, “a weekly lifestyle publication, curated by Gwyneth Paltrow,” published a blog, “Are Cell Phones and WiFi Signals Toxic?” The blog explores the staggering health detriments that can result from the significantly increased smartphone and WiFi exposure our world has experienced in recent years. With the accounts of three leading experts in […]
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The Joint Statement on Pregnancy and Wireless Radiation

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During a pregnancy, expectant mothers take very strict, careful measures in ensuring both their unborn child and their personal health and safety are guaranteed. Proper care and nutrition is critical in the development of the baby, and staying far away from any harmful exposure is a precaution that is just as necessary. Most women are […]
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Canadian Medical Association Journal reports Health Canada’s wireless limits are “A Disaster to Public Health”

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OTTAWA, May 7, 2015 /CNW/ – The Canadian Medical Association Journal today published a scathing condemnation of Health Canada’s safety guidelines for cell phones and Wifi. The Journal (CMAJ) interviewed multiple international experts in radiation and cancer, who warn that the microwave levels allowed in Canadian classrooms, residences and workplaces are, “a disaster to public […]
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Experts Urge Cautious Use Of Wireless Devices As Health Effects Reassessed

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Wireless devices such as smartphones and tablets have certainly made staying in touch and plugging into the digital world easier and more convenient. But the increasingly ubiquitous nature of the technology is also raising concerns about possible adverse health effects from exposure to the electromagnetic radio-frequency waves that these devices emit. Worries about exposure to […]
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Berkeley, CA – Cell Phone Warnings

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CTV National News on Sunday May 17th, 2015 featured “Warning Labels on Cell Phones” looking at the new law passed in Berkeley California and how it relates to Canadians.
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National Brain Tumour Registry Being Created By Alberta Researcher

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Currently there is no central collection point in Canada for important information on tumours An Alberta researcher is helping to build a national brain tumour registry to help find missing clues to what causes brain tumours and other information that could help to improve survival rates. “At this moment we don’t know how good our care is,” […]
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Workers Health and Safety Centre of Ontario Warns of RF Exposure

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A federal government committee report recommends greater precaution and tougher exposure guidelines to protect Canadians against radiation from wireless devices. Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation and the Health of Canadians, a report of the all-party House of Commons Standing Committee on Health, was released in June following public hearings into Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 guideline on […]
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Connecting City a Major Priority

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Toronto lagging compared with rest of world, while big players disappoint on bringing cellphone service to subway Five out of 10. That’s the rating Toronto’s connectivity gets from North American venture capitalists, Mayor John Tory says. “I’ve always been told as mayor or when I was in the industry that we have the tops in […]
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