Cell Phone Safety and EMF Awareness

What is EMF radiation and what steps should you be taking to protect yourself and your family from its harmful effects?

Can Your WiFi Router Cause Cancer?

Can Your WiFi Router Cause Cancer?

Recently, the World Health Organization, composed of 180 scientists and doctors from 35 countries, decided to classify electromagnetic frequencies as a Group 2B (possible) carcinogen. In other words, these experts have reason to strongly suspect that EMFs, as they are called, could…

Read More December 5, 2017
Scientists Are Worried About Harm from 5G

Scientists Are Worried About Harm from 5G

As telecommunications companies roll out 5G coverage in new markets, most consumers view this new technology as simply an upgrade to their existing service. Other than “faster videos” or “video calls”, most of us probably don’t give much thought to how 5G…

Read More September 23, 2017
How to Reduce Your Radiation Exposure

How to Reduce Your Radiation Exposure

“Radiation exposure” sounds like something that only happens in sci-fi movies or medical dramas, doesn’t it? And yet, we are all exposed to various forms of radiation every day. Radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and extremely low frequency (ELF) radiation are…

Read More August 16, 2017
Does WiFi Pose a Threat to Your Health?

Does WiFi Pose a Threat to Your Health?

Unless you’re living in the Stone Age, chances are pretty good that you have a WiFi connection in your home. You probably also work somewhere that has a WiFi network, and you visit restaurants, stores, hotels, and other locations with open public…

Read More July 21, 2017

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