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Famous British Biochemist Warned Against Cell Phone Use by Children September 6, 2006

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” In 1999, as a result of public concerns about possible health hazards from mobile phone technology, the UK Government formed the Independent Expert Group on Mobile Phones (IEGMP) to examine possible effects of mobile phones and transmitter base stations. This group was headed by Sir William Stewart, the famous British biochemist and president of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. What made the Stewart Inquiry unique, was that it was made up almost entirely of biomedical specialists — and so were able to focus many man-years of acquired specialist knowledge on the problem.”

Their report, Mobile Phones and Health, was released in April 2005. In regards to the use of mobile phones by children the IEGMP stated:

“If there are currently unrecognised adverse health effects from the use of mobile phones, children may be more vulnerable because of their developing nervous system, the greater absorption of energy in the tissues of the head and a longer lifetime of exposure. In line with our precautionary approach, we believe that the widespread use of mobile phones by children for non-essential calls should be discouraged. We also recommend that the mobile phone industry should refrain from promoting the use of mobile phones by children.”

 

http://www.latitudes.org/articles/electrical_sensitivity_articles.html


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1. Christopher Davis - September 8, 2006

I totally agree with that statment kids should not have cell phones not only becous of the risks but they also should not have one…

2. Jeannine Timmins - September 9, 2006

I agree with your concern for children, Christopher.

For children who do have cell phones, I believe it is responsible parenting to put a harmonizing chip on their phone that protects them. If you can afford a phone, you can afford the chip. That simple.

These protective chips should also be on their computers, ipods, gameboys, nintendo’s, DVD players and any other electronic equipment that they use.

I also recommend a home harmonizer for your home, to neutralize the effects of ambient radiation from cell towers, etc.

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3. Anonymous - May 25, 2007

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4. Jasmina - January 18, 2011

Part of the information sought included they types of technology and the students were way ahead of the staff. The key way in which we will move technology in education forward is by learning from the students and that isn’t an easy mental leap for a lot of teachers.


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