Wireless Education

29th October 2016

Keeping Abreast of the Dangers of Mobile Phones

October is Breast Cancer awareness month and much is being reported in the media about the importance of regular checks and spotting the signs of early diagnosis of this disease. It is no secret that cancer is on the rise and one only has to see […]
5th October 2016

Important Testimony to the FCC Disability Advisory Committee

Dafna Tachover recently testified before the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Disability Advisory Committee on wireless technology harm. She indicated 10-20% of the population currently suffer EHS symptoms including headaches, tingling, nausea, skin problems and more. Ms. Tachover is an attorney who practices in Israel […]
17th September 2016

Are wireless iPhone 7 headsets risky?

Apple has announced the release of the new iPhone 7 and the wireless headset – AirPods. There is much discussion about the removal of the 3.5 mm headphone jack, but really, the focus should be on the WIRELESS element of the headset. Why is wireless a […]
5th July 2016

Mobile Phone and Wi-Fi Safety for Children

Smart phones, laptops, tablets, portable media players – how many devices do your children have? In our modern world of wireless technology our children seem to have more and more electronic devices. Some of these make our lives easier. Statistics show that the average age for […]
23rd June 2016

Lion’s Mane mushrooms

Lion’s Mane Mushroom: Fourth supplement to show neuroprotective effects against Microwave Radiation As part of our ongoing research into the condition known as Electro Hypersensitivity (EHS) we continually evaluate published research plus feedback from parents and children suffering from EHS. We specifically search for evidence of […]
17th June 2016

Wireless technology is not magic

An antenna industry blog:   “Perhaps it’s because RF and antennas seem to the uninitiated what Einstein called ‘spukhafte Fernwirkung’ or ‘spooky action at a distance’. You can’t see it, but it works. As one antenna guy put it, ‘If RF was visible, we’d be out […]
7th June 2016

Is using my mobile phone not safe?

Mobile Phones – What the latest published science says A US government agency recently published some of their results from a research study on rats which shows that after exposing the rats to the same radiation you would find coming off your mobile/cell phone over 2 […]
27th May 2016

Big NTP research program confirms: RF radiation causes tumours

A study published today by the United States National Toxicology Program (NTP) shows that exposure to cell-phone radiation caused an increase in two types of tumours, glioma and schwannoma. Over a two-year period, The NTP carried out a comprehensive study of rats exposed to standard cell-phone […]
24th May 2016

UK Business executive claims his mobile gave him brain cancer

Mobile use gave him Brain Cancer? In a recent article published by the Daily Mail, a business executive, Ian Phillips, claimed that spending six hours a day on his mobile phone gave him brain cancer. Despite receiving treatment for his grade 3 tumour, he died at […]
18th May 2016

Courts in France remove cell towers in high risk areas

In France, a number of court cases have ruled in favour of the removal of cell towers that are in close proximity to homes and schools basis of posing “a serious risk to their health and that of their children” because of the electromagnetic waves emitted. […]
16th May 2016
Based on cancer statistics, are mobile devices safe for children?
The smart phone and tablet era has been a benefit for businesses and families alike. Families are able to give their pre-teens and teenagers more independence confident that they can stay in touch with a mobile phone. Many households have furnished their children with mobile devices […]
16th May 2016
New Report on Long Term Exposures to Magnetic Fields
IEEE Power Electronics Magazine recently published an article showing how non-ionising radiation at very low field intensities can cause damage. This is a significant development as up until now the official IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) position has been that only thermal heating […]