Did you know that governments worldwide such as the UK, India, Israel and France are recommending people – and especially children – reduce exposure to wireless radiation? And, did you know that many household electronics have electric and magnetic field (EMF) emissions that can be easily remedied?
Learn about how governments worldwide recommend the public – and especially children – reduce exposure to wireless radiation and risks of EMFs. Learn some little-known history about how FCC regulations for wireless evolved. Get the facts on the NIH rat study and why the EPA and the CDC flip-flopped on their public statements.
Harvard Press just published an expose on the FCC stating that “consumer safety, health, and privacy, along with consumer wallets, have all been overlooked, sacrificed, or raided due to unchecked industry influence,” and, “It is these hardball tactics that recall 20th century Big Tobacco tactics.”
If you are interested in learning more about this important topic, Fitness for Health in Rockville, MD, is holding a free seminar about cell phones, WIFI, smart meters and other wireless devices in your home. Speakers Theodora Scarato and Kate Kheel will provide you with the facts on your tech devices and how to use them in safer ways. Theodora Scarato works with the Environmental Health Trust and Parents for Safe Technology. Kate Kheel is the founder and Director of Maryland Smart Meter Awareness.
Cell Phones and Wi-Fi: Do US Government Standards Protect Us?
Date and Time: June 14 from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Location: Fitness for Health at 11140 Rockville Pike, Rockville, Maryland (first floor)
To register: Send an email with your name to email@example.com
Note: If you’re generally interested in this topic, Village Green recently had a very informative radio show covering the dangers of EMFs and the greater vulnerability of children. Our guest, Dr. Devra Davis, founded the non-profit Environmental Health Trust to provide research and education about environmental health hazards and promote constructive policies. You can listen here, download the show, or access it through iTunes.
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