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Telstra warning customers to avoid electromagnetic energy

Hot on the heels of the recent series of news reports about WiFi health and safety concerns shown by Channel 7,  Telstra has been warning customers on the potential dangers of Electro Magnetic Energy from mobile phones.  55 more words

Smart Meter

carcinogenic pigments

You probably heard or even know that some of the pigments you use might be carcinogenic, but what you probably don’t know is what other substances of your daily life have the same classification according to  International Agency for Research on Cancer Classification IARC as those pigments you might even fear. 666 more words

The Encaustic Lab

Completing Something.....

Everyday I wake up and think “today is the day I will be able to write my final post.” In reality though, I can’t make that final entry. 931 more words

Gestational Carrier


Letter by Cathy Baiton, printed in the Calgary Herald (calgaryherald.com) Letters – May 26, 2014

Re: “Season of misery starts again with firepits,” Letter, May 23. 144 more words

WiFi in classrooms

Both in Sweden and in many other countries wireless communication systems are increasingly installed in schools. They emit radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) when used. RF-EMF is classified as ‘possible’ human carcinogen, Group B. 19 more words

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