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Guidelines That Were Ignored May 2, 2007

Posted by healthyself in "Cellular" Relay Antennas, Absorption, beam, Bioeffects, Biological Activity, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Cell Phone Transmissions, Cell Phones, Cellular Phone Frequencies, Children, Children's health, Customers, Electromagetic pollution, Electromagnetic Communications, Electromagnetic Radiation, Electromagnetic Signals, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, EMF Exposure, EMF Research, EMF Shielding, EMF's, EMF-induced effects, EMR, Government's role, Guidelines, Hand Portables, Handheld Units, Handsets, Health, Health related, Health Risks, Health warnings, Implement, Intensity, Kids, masts, Mobile Phone Transmissions, mobile telephones, Parenting, Publicizing, radiation, Recommendations, Risk of Cancer, Risk of Disease, Teenagers, Tweenies.
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“The first Stewart Report, published in May 2000, produced a series of sensible recommendations. They included: discouraging children from using mobiles, and stopping the industry from promoting them to the young; publicising the radiation levels of different handsets so that customers could choose the lowest; making the erection of phone masts subject to democratic control through the planning system; and stopping the building of masts where the radiation “beam of greatest intensity” fell on schools, unless the school and parents agreed.””The Government accepted most of these recommendations, but then… failed to implement them. Probably, it has lost any chance to curb the use of mobiles by children and teenagers. Since the first report, mobile use by the young has doubled.”

http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/health_medical/article2472140.ece

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