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dangers of wireless devices to baby body & brain and increase miscarriage in pregnant women

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myangle Sun 10-May-15 02:28:20

hi

I feel compelled to put this notice up to urge everyone to research into emf radiation before using or continue to use wieless device s near to your baby. Or if your pregnant, not to place your phone next to your body.

WiFi / cell phones Etc... All transmit on the same frequency as your microwave. It was believed because the voltage was low, it doesn't cause harm. But it does. Some countries have banned WiFi in all public places and schools For this reason.

please watch talks from two people

Dr. devra Davis. She tells you straight off, that when she was working for the regulators inthe 80s, they knew ciggaretes causes cancer but said it didn't because
1- decision makers were smokers
2- the public wasn't ready for the truth
WiFi and cell phone is the new cigarette

below is a seminar to a audience of scientist. She also shows 3 radiation effect on a baby's brain and featus
m.youtube.com/watch?v=wNNSztN7wJc

to learn about how WiFi effect your child's brain You need to watch Barrie grower. His a British physicist and former microwave weapons expert for the Royal Navy and the British Secret Service. He said in mid 70s they had all the study to make the dicision that emf radiation causes cancer, alter the brain, and damage dna. Once your DNA has been damaged, it is passed down the line. He predicted surge in cancer, infality, child developmental problems and range health problems. He also says in 1975 a test was done in a French village and they noticed a 40% increase in miscarriages. I've watched many of his video and this one to me opened my eyes as he talks about WiFi and the effects on child brain
m.youtube.com/watch?v=rjyfpVRPUVQ

Needless to say we are not allowing our child any WiFi enabled equipment. We had to buy a new corded phone, cable up the computers. Damage to my childs DNA is not worth it.

If nothing else, please just watch these two videos to gain info on the dangers. if it doesn't alarm you, then at least you have dome the research and made a informed decision.

Thanks

madwomanbackintheattic Sun 10-May-15 02:57:52

www.newscientist.com/article/dn25694-wireless-devices-a-health-threat-during-pregnancy.html#.VU66RRhOKrU
Barry Trower? That's the best you can do?
If you want to make a scientific point, at least pick someone with slightly more credibility.

Eltonjohnsflorist Sun 10-May-15 03:46:58

Erm.. What?
The only place I can think to start is people knew (openly) cigarettes were dangerous before the 80s

PolpoPolpo Sun 10-May-15 05:20:49

In the same vein as the 'not the real royal family' thread, I fully expect the OP to return with the message 'oops sorry, have asked for this to be deleted, this is not real science'.

fortunately Sun 10-May-15 06:21:53

Bonkers OP smile

didyouwritethe Sun 10-May-15 13:45:08

I don't know why people rubbish these findings.

The instruction booklets which come with every mobile phone tell you to keep your phone away from your body. Nobody reads the booklets, nobody takes the precaution, the phone companies can never be sued because they have warned the consumer.

scaevola Sun 10-May-15 13:56:10

The probable harm of cigarettes was known since at least 1940s, and carcinogenic effect proved in 1961.

scaevola Sun 10-May-15 14:03:42

This version is conspiracy minded, which I think us wrong and tends to scare-monger. Especially as miscarriage doesn't seem to come in to it at all.

But this is an area that WHO has designated a research priority (even though there is currently no compelling evidence of harm, but it is an area which needs more and better designed research).

The interim advice is for children and pregnant women to avoid wifi close to their body (holding devices away, a bit like advice for mobile phones; and not sitting near kit such as routers). The likely exposure from other sources is minuscule.

didyouwritethe Sun 10-May-15 14:13:10

Is that WHO advice, scaevola?

This was in the Telegraph yesterday, haven't read it yet:

www.telegraph.co.uk/lifestyle/wellbeing/11589857/Is-Wi-Fi-making-your-child-ill.html

scaevola Sun 10-May-15 15:55:04

WHO publications here

New reports expected next year. If minded to limit exposure, then keep biggest emitters away from the body.

Eltonjohnsflorist Sun 10-May-15 16:22:28

They're not about wifi scaevola? They're about making calls. And really very old

didyouwritethe Sun 10-May-15 17:45:49

I'm glad they're working on proper guidelines. V difficult to get dc to comply with a precautionary approach when all their friends aren't.

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