The forum was videotaped and can be viewed online. See links at http://bit.ly/MtnViewForum.
Part 1 Joel Moskowitz, PhD - Wireless Phone Radiation Risks and Public Health Policy
Joel M. Moskowitz, PhD, Director, Center for Family and Community Health, U.C. Berkeley School of Public Health, associate producer of the movie “Mobilize: A Film about Cell Phone Radiation”, discussed new research related to wireless technology, public health and policy. His website is a valuable resource for journalists and the public. In the past year, he helped organize the International Scientist Appeal (EMFScientist.org) signed by more than 200 EMF scientists and consulted on the Berkeley cell phone“right to now” ordinance. Slides and video available.
Part 2 Martin Pall, PhD - How Wireless Devices Cause Cell Harm: Voltage-Gate Calcium Channels
Part 3 Suruchi Chandra, MD - Environmental Factors in Autism and EMF Radiation
Part 4 Peter Sullivan - The Autism Puzzle: Reducing Digital Overload in a Wireless Era
Peter Sullivan, founder of Clear Light Ventures, Silicon Valley computer scientist, discussed his personal family experience with autism spectrum disorder and how he improved the health of his family through EMF reduction. Slides and video available.clearlightventures.com
Part 5 Toril Jelter, MD - Health Effects of Non-Ionizing Radiation in Children
Toril Jelter, MD, pediatrician and general practitioner who treats children and adults with electrohypersensitivity, discussed her clinical experience with autism and behavioral changes related to electromagnetic radiation.
Part 6 Victoria Dunckley, MD - Electronic Screen Syndrome: The Overstimulated Child
Victoria Dunckley, MD, award-winning child psychiatrist and author of "Reset Your Child's Brain," discussed the identification and management of screen-time's physiological effects on mood regulation, cognition, sleep, and behavior in children.
Part 7 Katie Singer - Electronics in Our Ecosystem: EMF Effects on Wildlife, Birds and Bees
Katie Singer, author of "An Electronic Silent Spring," reported on the impact of exposure to electromagnetic radiation on wildlife.
Part 8 Question and Answer Session
The forum was organized by Cindy Lee Russell, MD, Vice President of Community Health, Santa Clara County Medical Association.
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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