Canadian Parliament Committee Calls for Protection of Vulnerable Groups from Wireless Radiation Exposure
The Standing Committee on Health of the House of Commons in the Canadian Parliament issued a report on radio frequency electromagnetic radiation and health in June, 2015.
The Committee held public hearings regarding Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 recommended limits on safe human exposure to radio frequency (RF) radiation.
Witnesses testified to the Committee or submitted briefs that raised concerns about the adequacy of Safety Code 6 to protect the population from health risks due to RF radiation ....
The witnesses discussed possible links between RF exposure and cancer, reproductive issues and autism. Concerns were raised about RF exposure in schools due to use of Wi-Fi; the need for RF exposure limits to protect vulnerable populations such as pregnant women, infants and children, and persons with electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) ....
"Cell Phones and Wireless Technologies: Should Safety Guidelines be Strengthened to Protect Adults, Children and Vulnerable Populations--And Should Parents, Teachers and Schools Restrict Technology Overuse Among Children?"
Monday, June 22nd,
(light lunch at )
Participants: Victoria L. Dunckley, Martin L. Pall, Beatrice Alexandra Golomb, Suleyman Kaplan, Mary Redmayne, Nesrin Seyhan, Devra Davis, Karl Maret, Joel Moskowitz, Camilla Rees, and Lloyd Morgan.
More Information: http://electromagnetichealth.
Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director
Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
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