Posts Tagged radiation

Canadian govt. to offer more frequencies to accommodate the new iphones and blackberrys

—– Original Message —– To: HESA@parl.gc.ca Sent: Friday, October 15, 2010 11:35 AM Canadian govt. to offer more frequencies to accommodate the new iphones and blackberrys. Dear members of HESA. I ,along with others I know,am very hypersensitive to EMF from cell phones etc and I cannot understand why  our Government keeps ignoring the fact that […]

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Where is the Outrage? Mary McBride

Thu, Jun 10, 2010 2:14 pm Where is the outrage when a prominent researcher for the BC and Canadian Cancer Society has admitted to allowing herself to be misrepresented as having a PhD for more than 14 years? Why aren’t people demanding a review of her work and the decisions to which she has contributed? If […]

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Cellular Telephone Technology: Public Health Facts & Concerns

March 2010  - EM Radiation Health Alliance (of BC Canada). www.emrabc.ca In the past Health Canada has told us many things were safe that turned out to be very harmful. Remember thalidomide and deformed babies; asbestos and lung cancer; doctors once said tobacco was safe. In the 1980’s Health Canada claimed the blood supply was […]

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BC Cell phone driving law

E.M. Radiation Health Alliance MEDIA RELEASE (550 words) Media Liaison: Chris Anderson 250-537-5102 canderson@uniserve.com or alternate liaison: Art Joyce 250-358-2666 ajoyce@uniserve.com February 3, 2010: For general distribution The newly formed citizens’ group E.M. Radiation Health Alliance congratulates the B.C. government for its new law providing traffic fines for those using hand-held cell phones or texting […]

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Cell Phone Technology: Public Health Facts & Concerns

Cell Phone Technology:Public Health Facts & Concerns • Don’t Health Canada safety regulations protect me? NO. Health Canada also told us thalidomide, asbestos and the blood supply were safe. Doctors once said tobacco was safe. Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 regulates exposure in the 3 Khz to 300 Ghz range. “Canada’s guidelines are based on […]

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