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Louis C.K. On Cell Phones’ Impact on Children’s Social and Emotional Development

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Goodbye My Phone and Hello to Reality

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Experts on Cell Phone Risks: A Preview

From Eon3Net: “This is a preview of a series of presentations at San Francisco’s prestigious Commonweath Club of California in which Dr. Devra Davis and her medical colleagues show why cell phones and other wireless devices pose serious health risks … Continue reading

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Bravo! To the Amercan Academy of Pediatrics and Tom Wheeler!

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Belgium Adopts New Regulations to Promote Cell Phone Radiation Safety

by Joel Moskowitz Oct. 24, 2013 – BERKELEY, Calif. — According to the Federal Public Service, beginning in March, 2014, new regulations will apply to the sale of mobile phones in Belgium. Children’s mobile phones will be banned. The specific … Continue reading

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Reminder: Comments to FCC Due This Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013

The FCC is reviewing RF safety standards and has set the final deadline for public comments this Tuesday, September 3, 2013.   To read the comments already submitted, see this FCC website page.  See this page for information on how to file comments. … Continue reading

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Senate Holds Hearings to Approve Thomas Wheeler, Industry Insider, to Head the FCC

Today, the Senate will hold hearings to formally approve President Obama’s nomination of Thomas Wheeler to head the FCC.  Tom Wheeler ran the CTIA (Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association) at a time when the mobile phone industry, according to Devra Davis,  … Continue reading

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