Reduce exposure and feel better!
EMR Australia, Tuesday, April 12, 2016

We love to receive good-news stories from our customers - like this one. A family hired our Home Test Kit to measure the electromagnetic fields in their home and this is what they reported. 'Our girl was extremely proactive and her bed was against the power meter. She observed direct emissions right where her head would lie in bed. So by moving her room around and placing her IPad away from her sleep position etc she was able to go to minimal emission readings on the gadgets. This   read more

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Problem with radiation standards
EMR Australia, Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Existing standards considerably underestimate the amount of radiation absorbed by a child’s head, say researchers from the US. Radiation absorption is assessed using a model of a head that is based on the head size of the top 10% of US military personnel and is usually referred to as ‘SAM’. This is not an appropriate model to assess radiation absorption of the population, say Om Gandhi and team, because smaller heads absorb more radiation. Children absorb more radiation than adults and m  read more

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British mobile recommendations
EMR Australia, Monday, June 25, 2001

The UK’s Department of Health is implementing the recommendations of the Stewart Report released last May. On 8 December, it announced that it will provide £7 million for research on the health effects of radiation from mobile phones. The research program, to be jointly financed by government and industry, will be headed by Sir William Stewart who chaired the inquiry on mobile phones. It also released two leaflets containing precautionary recommendations which were sent to stores to be distr  read more

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Insurer advises mobile phone precautions
EMR Australia, Wednesday, December 06, 2000

In its October 2000 edition of Living Well, major health insurer MBF has advised readers to reduce exposure to radiation from mobile phones. “Follow these tips for safer mobile phone use: make fewer and shorter calls; switch to an approved hands-free set; discourage children from using in non-emergency situations; don’t phone and drive, even with a hands-free model.” EMRAA News Dec 2000, Vol 5 No 4  read more

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Phone warnings to schools
EMR Australia, Friday, September 08, 2000

UK Education Secretary, David Blunkett, has sent guidelines to every school in England to discourage the use of mobile phones by children. The letter states, “Children aged 15 and under ... are likely to be more vulnerable to any unrecognised health risks from mobile phone use than are adults because their nervous systems are still developing. Also, because of their smaller heads, thinner skulls and higher tissue conductivity, children may absorb more energy from a mobile phone than do adul  read more

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UK's Stewart Committee reports
EMR Australia, Monday, June 12, 2000

An independent panel of twelve, Chaired by Sir William Stewart, has just released its findings about the risks of electromagnetic radiation after months of taking public submissions and examining relevant research. According to the report, “if science has greater power to do good, it also has greater power to do harm. They therefore advocate a precautionary approach to new technology where there are uncertainties about the associated risks.” Suggested measures include: reduction of expos  read more

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Mobile phones and workers
EMR Australia, Tuesday, June 06, 2000

Employees and unions take action to protect workers. While there is still no definitive - or, perhaps, accepted “proof” - that mobile phones cause health problems, there is strong evidence that this is the case. The radiation they emit has been associated with brain tumours, learning problems, headaches, fatigue, memory problems and a host of other symptoms experienced by users. At the same time, studies on cells and animals have found that exposure results in changes to size, shape and grow  read more

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