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Average working adult spends over nine hours a day using a computer, mobile phone or other electronic device.

With a full-time office job, a light social networking addiction and a thumb that texts without your knowledge, it is all too easy to clock up the hours spent with an electronic device in our hands.
In a modern world, we stand engulfed by electronic transmissions and radio waves set off by Wi-Fi and mobile phone signals which can leave us in a battle for our health.

Every day we unknowingly expose ourselves to a constant bombardment of electromagnetic signals emitted from gadgets like mobile phones, laptops, desktop computers, iPads or anything that receives a signal from one of the 800 satellites beaming global information through radio waves.

An Electro Magnetic Radiation (EMR) transmission is an invisible wave in the atmosphere which has both electric and magnetic qualities. Together, these move backwards and forwards in space to produce an acoustic resonance and an electromagnetic field.

We cannot hear them, smell them and, because they travel faster than the speed of light, we cannot even see them. The effects of these transmissions, however, are very much visible in our ever-declining health.

The side-effects from exposure to these EMRs include nausea, fatigue, reduced concentration, tiredness, headaches, blurred vision, short-term memory loss, muscle weakness and an impaired immune system. No one would blame you for ignoring these symptoms, simply putting them down to the stresses and strains of a modern daily life.
Alarmingly, some scientists are concerned that such radiation may cause cancer, brain tumours and early senility.

In 2000, The Stewart Report was published under the guidance of Sir William Stewart, then chairman of the Microbiological Research Authority. An independent expert group was set up to investigate the dangers of mobile phone use.

The report was inconclusive and no solid connection between the use of mobile phones and any negative effects on the body was made.
“The balance of evidence does not suggest that mobile phone technologies put the health of the general population of the UK at risk. There is some preliminary evidence that outputs from mobile phone technologies may cause, in some cases, subtle biological effects although, importantly, these do not mean that health is affected,” the report explained. It concluded that further studies needed to be conducted in the field.

The UK Government responded by implementing some of Stewart’s recommendations and funding numerous studies.
In 2007, over 20 international scientists, health officials and EMR experts collaborated to issue a Bio Initiative Report based on 1,500 individual studies which claimed that there is clear evidence of harmful biological effects which can damage the body’s immune system and lower resistance to long-term serious illness.

Ten years on from The Stewart Report, Wi-Fi is surrounding us, a fate that the Report could not have predicted. People rely on mobile phone use for their work and children spend hours surfing the web. Our exposure to radiation is immeasurable and the damage it is doing to our bodies is still relatively unknown.

Yet, there are small studies which all point to more bad news.
A study published this year conducted by Yüzüncü Yil University in Turkey concluded that there was significant decline in the number of Purkinje cells present in the brains of lab rats tested under mobile phone exposure. The Purkinje cells are essential to the body’s motor function and a lack of them will negatively affect the patient’s movements.

Another research project conducted in the Hospital of the Lidwig-Maxmillians University in Munich investigated the relationship between exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields and behavioural problems in children and adolescents. The results showed an “association between exposure and conduct problems” with seven per cent of children showing behavioural problems.

Finally, this year, The National Institute for the Study and Control of Cancer and Environmental Diseases in Bologna published a report which highlighted the increased risk of brain tumours associated with mobile phone use.

Professor Lennart Hardell, of the Department of Oncology at University Hospital in Örebro, Sweden said: “For young adults and children under the age of 20, the risk of developing a brain tumour like astrocytoma and acoustic neuroma is five times higher than an adult with the same level of exposure.” Due to smaller heads and much thinner skulls, children’s brains are far more sensitive to carcinogens which EMRs and mobile phone devices discharge.

Today, the UK Department of Health acknowledges that “there is some evidence that changes to brain activity can occur” and that there are “significant gaps in our scientific knowledge”.
In its information leaflet it advises that “parents should exercise their choice not to let their children use mobile phones”. That alone is no mean feat.

Within all this uncertainty, verging on the side of precaution and protecting yourself from these potentially life-threatening radiation waves is the only way forward.

The European Environment Agency advocates that precautionary actions should be taken, but it is up to each government what level of action is taken. Spokesperson for the EEA, Gulcin Karadeniz said: “It is up to policy makers to judge what level of exposure is acceptable and propose concrete measures.”

In the meantime, individuals are encouraged to make small changes to protect themselves. “Some might accept to have their phone turned off at night, others might refuse to have one,” Karadeniz explains.
“Some of the possible actions are quite easy to take and do not infer high costs,” Karadeniz added.

Something as simple as tilting your mobile phone away from your ear while chatting or using the loudspeaker option is easily done.
Some mobile phone manufacturers even suggest holding the phone up to 25mm away from your ear while using it.

For men especially, keeping your mobile in your trouser pocket has been linked to fertility problems and is best avoided.

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Does your school have wireless internet access? If so, have you or other parents you know ever worried about the health effects of Wi-Fi on children?

According to recent news reports, some parents in Ontario, Canada are blaming Wi-Fi in schools for causing symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, rashes, sleep and behavioral changes, and racing heartbeats in their children. According to the parents, these adverse symptoms are showing up in their children during the school week but disappear during weekends, when they are not in school.

Many schools in the U.S., have already implemented wireless internet service, and some districts are even beginning to install Wi-Fi in school buses.

Meanwhile, critics of Wi-Fi in schools point to research that suggests radiation such as that from Wi-Fi causes negative negative health effects, and may be particularly harmful to children.

There is compelling research out there: Susan Clarke, a former research consultant to the Harvard School of Public Health, has been researching the effects of wireless technology for years. According to Clarke, “Radiation from Wi-Fi deploys the same frequency as that used by the microwave oven. It maximizes the absorption in living tissues, especially those approximately the size of a child’s head. The thinness of children’s skulls adds to their absorbed radiation. Physiologic effects of such radiation are consistently documented in the scientific literature, with neuroendocrine effects produced in the immediate and short-term, cardiac effects produced in the short- to medium-term, and cancers in the long-term.” Scary stuff.

Those who support Wi-Fi in schools, on the other hand, assert that they do not believe that there is “convincing scientific evidence” that Wi-Fi in schools poses a danger to children, and point out that other technology, such as cell phones and cordless telephones, also use wireless technology. They also note that the level of radiation exposure from Wi-Fi is much less than the levels from using TVs or FM radios. (Clarke argues that Wi-Fi is different than FM radio and TV.

Unlike wireless device-based infrastructures, FM and TV are considered one-way transmissions, broadcasting from a tower as they do,” says Clarke. “By contrast, cell and cordless phones and Wi-Fi all broadcast from the device as well, two-way. Such device antenna broadcast, in addition to their pulse-modulated cm-microwave radiation, are why the latter are even more hazardous than FM and TV radiation. FM and TV infrastructures are well established in the scientific literature to produce adverse health effects.”)

Frankly, I think we need more research to show a definitive link between wireless technology and negative health symptoms in children. But that doesn’t mean that we should dismiss or discount the reports from parents who say that their children are negatively affected by Wi-Fi. After all, couldn’t these children just be more sensitive to something that’s affecting all kids, much like canaries in coalmines?

It should also be noted that this technology is fairly new (we didn’t have widespread use of cell phones thirty years ago, for instance). So whatever long-term negative health effects may be caused by children being exposed to this technology is impossible to measure just yet.
In the meantime, I’m keeping my eyes peeled for any info about wireless tech and the effect on children. My son’s school has it, and we have it in our home. And like most homes in the U.S., we have a cordless telephone.

In fact, I’m considering making changes, even before definitive studies appear, just to be on the safe side. I love the convenience of technology, but it isn’t worth taking even a small chance when it comes to my child’s health.

You can read more about this issue on Moms for Safer Wireless, a non-profit organization whose goal is to educate people about the potential health effects of wireless products. Another site to try is that of Magda Havas, PhD, an Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University, who teaches and does research on the biological effects of environmental contaminants.

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