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Mar. 23, 2023 / A major peer-reviewed publication reports that many aspects of child development can be affected by radiofrequency “wireless” radiation, and screen time.
Leading international scientists find impacts on bonding, speech acquisition, behaviour, socialization, learning and addictions. Cancer risks are also increased.
Recommendations include use of wired technologies, that wireless radiation exposures be “ALARA” (as low as reasonably achievable), that physicians query use of tech in well-child visits, and research to prevent and investigate electrohypersensitivity.
Biodiversity is suffering “death by a thousand cuts.” All contributors must be addressed in the International Convention on Biological Diversity, including radiation from modern technologies. Learn more on the new website.
Analyses of input to the federal government shows surprising common ground—Industry doesn’t want to use this high frequency spectrum.
Hundreds of citizens joined a coalition of Canadian experts, and health and environmental organizations calling for a moratorium on 5G spectrum auctions. Indeed, hundreds of studies since Canada’s last science review show human and environmental harms from “wireless” radiofrequency radiation. There is, however, no research on additional higher frequencies used for 5G.
Did you know Canada completely lacks environmental protection against radiofrequency radiation? There is no evidence this untested tech is safe in the long run. Pausing sales that increase “wireless” radiation with higher frequency spectrum is the prudent choice.
Prevent Cancer Now, on behalf of experts and other organizations submitted a Joint Statement to Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) opposing release of more spectrum in the 26, 28 and 38 GHz Bands.
Canadian candidates hitting the campaign trail, glued to their cellphones, should note that the U.S. Court of Appeal…
It was a priority in the Speech from the Throne – good Internet connections while physically distanced. Through…