Electromagnetic pollution is emerging as a new public health issue. Recent research indicates electromagnetic pollution may be contributing to a variety of medical conditions. Establishing safe levels of emissions is generating great debate within the international scientific community.
The United Nations' World Health Organization is calling for research projects to help identify safe limits. Refer to: 2006 WHO Research Agenda for Radio Frequency Fields
Electromagnetic pollution results from:
- Wireless emissions (WLAN, cell/wireless phones, cell and radio towers)
- Electromagnetic fields (computers, engines, inferior wiring, power lines)
- Ground current and 'dirty electricity'
- International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety
- Dr. Magda Havas, PhD
- Bioinitiative Report
- Safe School Committee
- Wi-Fi in Schools UK
- Scientists decry Canada's outdated Wi-Fi safety rules
- Radio & Microwave Impacts On Human Health
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