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How wireless technology may impact child development

Cómo la tecnología inalámbrica puede impactar en el desarrollo y en el funcionamiento del sistema nervioso de los niños

Varios documentos del máximo interés publicados en J. Beal. 2/2003

Miércoles 22 de marzo de 2006 · 1867 lecturas

How wireless technology may impact child development
and central nervous system functioning.


Electrical Sensitivity: Arthur Firstenberg and Susan Molloy
The founder and director of the Cellular Phone Taskforce (Firstenberg) and cofounder of the Environmental Health Network (Molloy) provide a concise, referenced article on this emerging condition. (From Latitudes, Volume 5 #4)

What Americans Need to Know about Radiation (or EMR) from Wireless Communications: Margaret Meade Glaser
The author contends that Europeons and Russians know more than Americans about this important issue-and she tells you where you can find the facts you need.

Consumer Reports on Cell Phone safety: February 2003 issue
One of the first mainstream publications to question cell phone safety. Read the article!

The Dark Side of Wireless Technology: Sheila Rogers, editor of Latitudes
A heartbreaking account of how a cell phone tower placed next to a family’s farm devastated the health of a Midwest family and their farm animals.

A Possible Association Between Fetal/neonatal Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation and the Increased Incidence of Autism Spectrum Disorders
Robert C. Kane, Ph.D, of The Associated Bioelectromagnetics Technologists, Blanchardville, Wisconsin, presents a theory that developmental exposures to electromagnetic radiation may help explain the dramatic recent increase in autism.

A Physician Petition: the Freiburger Appeal
Doctors unite to express concern for health effects of mobile phone technology.