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EMF Exposure in Public Schools August 2, 2006

Posted by healthyself in ADD, ADHD, Attention Deficit, Blogroll, Cancer Protection, Cell phone safety, Children, Children's health, Electromagnetic pollution, EMF Research, EMF's, Employees, Environment, Funding, Health related, high voltage transmission lines, Kids, mobile telephones, Parenting, radiation, Research, School administrators, School Boards, Schools, Who is Affected?.
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California did a study of its public schools and day care centers. They found too much exposure. However the cost of fixing it was high.

Money seems to be part of the issue in recognizing this issue. How much more will it take to deal with the effects if nothing is done?

http://www.dhs.ca.gov/ehib/emf/school_exp_ass_exec.pdf

When enough people are asking the question about whether there is a problem, how many people–in this case children–have to suffer before we can answer yes?

There is already mounting evidence. Science doesn’t even begin to ask the question until it is too late for some folks. I’m happy for science. But sometimes the scientists are the last to know. It takes time, planning, successful funding and community pressure before science can come up with a test to prove what we already know.

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