Posted on January 12, 2011
During three days of hearings on health impacts of Wi-Fi and wireless technologies, which wrapped up on Oct. 28th, 2010, Canada's Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health heard from some of the top international experts in the field, many of whom roundly criticized Health Canada's protection of
Posted on February 11, 2009
If you use the internet, a WiFi connection seems like the greatest thing since cell phones. Increasingly, however, questions are being asked about the health impact of these handy devices and their signal towers. Each expansion of the technology spreads more invisible rays through our schools, our cities, and our bodies.
Digging into the information on electromagnetic fields (EMF) is a minefield, occasionally entertaining, frequently fascinating, definitely complicated, certainly a great way to spend a lot of time to win few answers.
Did you know that an Israeli company is in human trials to treat cancer tumours with very low level medium frequency electrical fields? Turns the whole extensive debate about electromagnetic pollution and cancer on its head, because the fields kill cancer cells right off. But each type of cancer cell responds to a different amount of electrical field applied at different angles.