Cell phones, tablets, cordless phones, laptop computers, baby monitors and wireless routers have become so ubiquitous in our modern world we don’t even think about the fact that they all emit radio-frequency radiation, also called wireless radiation. If we could actually see wireless radiation in the air in the same way we see visible light, we’d see an increasingly dense web of electromagnetic smog that envelops us pretty much everywhere we go.
Dr. Joel Moskowitz is the Director and Principal Investigator of the Center for Family and Community Health at the University of California, Berkeley. Visit his web site at www.saferEMR.com.
Two of the World’s Leading Experts Talk About Their Work
Two of the issues we cover frequently on Green Street are electromagnetic radiation from wireless devices and smart meters, and the developing field of epigenetics – the study of cell changes occurring due to the influence of environmental exposures.
On this edition of Green Street Patti and Doug welcome Dr. Lennart Hardell of the University Hospital in Orebro, Sweden, and Dr. Sheldon Krimsky of Tufts Univeristy in Boston.
What are the potential effects of long-term exposure to wireless transmitters? Are they as safe as their manufacturers claim, or is commerce once again getting out ahead of science? Are children more vulnerable than adults?
In this week’s show we discuss the health impacts of our increasingly wireless world with EMF expert Deborah Kopald.
As school systems across the country rush to install wireless transmitters in classrooms, some environmental health experts are warning that constant low-level radiation from these devices can interfere with normal physiological development and may lead to health problems later in life.
On this edition of Green Street, Patti and Doug speak with internationally-renowned
expert Dr. Magda Havas, of Trent University in Canada, about wireless radiation and its effects on children.