Subject: Alert: Expert presents to OCDSB on Wi-Fi and health - Sept 24

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Safer Tech for Schools
International Expert Addresses Ottawa Carleton District School Board
Media Alert
September 24, 2019
Ottawa. Students and teachers who report headaches, heart problems and other symptoms from use of Wi-Fi in schools are being backed up today by an internationally acclaimed expert. Martin Pall PhD, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences Washington State University, will address the OCDSB Trustees during the OCDSB board meeting at 7:00 pm, 133 Greenbank Rd.
As cell phones are being curtailed in schools, and the Canadian Paediatric Society cautions against screen time, apparently both content and associated radiation may impair youngsters’ behaviour and mood. Indeed, the emissions influence and injure cellular “machinery,” with widespread effects ranging from damage to DNA, tissues, and the developing child, to heart palpitations, infertility, cancers and more.
Liability is a concern, as telecommunications companies are being put on notice, courts have ruled in favour of victims of brain tumours, and Swiss RE and Lloyds of London rate wireless radiation as substantial risks for insurers.
Meg Sears PhD                   613 297-6042
Chairperson, Prevent Cancer Now
Prevent Cancer Now is a national Canadian organization, including medical practitioners and scientists, that relies on science, education and advocacy to stop cancer before it starts, by addressing contributors to chronic disease and cancer.
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