Monthly Archives: June 2015

Neurobehavioural effects of developmental toxicity

Dr. Phillipe Grandjean, a researcher at Harvard School of Public Health, and Dr. Landrigan, of New York’s Mount Sinai, report in their peer-reviewed study published in The Lancet Neurology, that “disorders of neurobehavioral development affect 10–15% of all births.” Their … Continue reading

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‘Pregnancy wi-fi’ router causes controversy in China

The BBC has a fascinating article on a war of words between two rival tech companies, one of which has released a Wi-Fi router that has a “pregnancy” setting which they claim reduces radiation by 70%. While the article reports … Continue reading

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The Sensitives – a feature documentary

Director/Cinematographer Drew Xanthopoulos is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of a feature documentary, that will tackle family struggles to reclaim their lives from the isolation of chronic illness and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS). Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS)—also known as simply Chemical … Continue reading

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Wireless industry sues Berkeley over phone radiation ordinance

Well, we all saw this coming! On May 7, we reported that Berkeley City Council was to consider a “right to know” ordinance regarding safe distances and cell phones. The idea was to require retailers to hand consumers a city … Continue reading

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San Francisco apartment that blocks cell phone radiation now for sale

From Business Insider comes this interesting story of an apartment in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood that the owners in essence turned into a Faraday Cage, blocking EMF. “The external walls, ceilings and floors were painted with a black graphite … Continue reading

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