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Causes of Autism in Children April 2, 2007

Posted by healthyself in Autism, Autism / Asperger's, Bioeffects, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Brainwave Interference, Cell changes, Cell Phones, Cells, Children's health, Chromosomal damage, Cordless Phones, Cytotoxic Effects, Electromagnetic Communications, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, Emergency Medicine, EMF Research, EMF's, Employees, EMR, Environment, Epidemiology, genetic damage, Hand Portables, Handheld Units, Health and Safety Officer, Health related, HOuseholds, HRD, Human Resources, Kids, Lifestyle, Long Term Health Risks, Metabolic Changes, mobile telephones, Parenting, Research Needed, Risk Factor, Risk of Disease, Safe Levels, School administrators, School Boards, Schools, Teenagers, Tweenies, Who is Affected?, Wireless Phones.
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“The explosion of wireless technology has brought with it a totally new form of dangerous radiation called electropollution. Humanity is now exposed to more than 100 million times more radiation than just two decades ago.”
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“The most vulnerable are the children. Their cells are still growing and are filled with more fluid, thus the radiation can penetrate much faster into their cells. Disney got in the game big time recently with offers of family plans and a kid starter plans targeted to 8-to-12 year-olds. An 8-year-old child who gets a cell phone will by age 28 have used a cell phone for longer than anyone to date. Consider this: In 1970, one out of 10,000 children were diagnosed with autism. Last year, one in 166 children were diagnosed with autism. Many scientists and some doctors are now trying to get the word out that we are now starting to see genetic damage that is weakening our children’s cells, thus causing many more health challenges such as autism.”

http://www.autismvox.com/yet-another-environmental-cause-for-autism/

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