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Apr 29, 2010  · -Dr. Gerd Oberfeld, Scientist for Public Health Department of Salzburg, Austria – who led the country’s ban of Wi-Fi in schools – and Professor Olle Johansson of Nobel Prize-winning Karolinska Institute in Sweden explained that the biological effects of Wi-Fi include DNA break, DNA damage, chromosome damage, impact on concentration capacity, decrease in short-term memory, increase in.

Dr. Gerd Oberfeld, an environmental official of Austria, is quoted as saying that by 2017 half of the world’s population will suffer from some kind of radiation sensitivity.

WiFi is schools, in contrast to wired internet connections, will increase risk of neurologic impairment and long-term risk of cancer in students. Corporations cannot avoid responsibility simply by asserting compliance with existing legal, but outdated and inadequate FCC public safety limits.

The Austrian Medical Association is pressing for a ban on wi-fi in schools. Dr Gerd Oberfeld, Salzburg’s head of environmental health and medicine, has described wi-fi as "dangerous" to sensitive.

Another scientist, Dr Gerd Oberfeld, from Salzburg is now calling for Wi-Fi to be removed from schools. He said: "If you go into the data you can see a very very clear picture – it is like a puzzle.

Research in Austria by Dr. Gerd Oberfeld et al The radiation of a cell phone base station at a distance of 80 metres causes significant changes of the electrical currents in the brains of testees (measured by electroencefalogram, EEG).

Should area parents be concerned about Wi-Fi in schools? Yes, says American Public Health. Agency to exposure levels to wireless signals within a classroom. Dr Gerd Oberfeld, head of Salzburg’s.

The prime time Israeli TV program on the dangers of radiation from Wi-Fi, cellphones, computers. professors and engineers. Dr. Gerd Oberfeld, an environmental official of Austria, is quoted as.

Resolution 17 "calls on each Board of Education to have one public school at each education level (elementary, middle, secondary) that is free of Wi-Fi, cordless phones and cell phones. This school will only be equipped with wired computers and wired telephones.

"Children using a laptop that is broadcasting wi-fi are very close to the antennae," says Dr Gerd Oberfeld, the association’s spokesperson 23 research projects. Scroll down for more. Yet there has.

Dr Gerd Oberfeld, from Salzburg is another expert scientist in agreement. He is now calling for Wi-Fi to be removed from schools "If you go into the data you can see a very, very clear picture – it is like a puzzle and everything fits together from DNA break ups to the animal studies and up to the epidemiological evidence; that shows for example increased symptoms as well as increased cancer rates."

Dr Gerd Oberfeld, Salzburg’s head of Environmental Health and Medicine, has describes WI-FI as "dangerous" to sensitive people. The World Health Organization Report on Children and Health (2002) indicates that prudent avoidance for children would restrict any new exposures to.

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Aug 11, 2010  · Dr Gerd Oberfeld, head of Salzburg’s Public Department of Environmental Health considers Wi-Fi dangerous, especially for children. He is quoted by The Meaford Independent: "Wi-Fi.

"Children using a laptop that is broadcasting wi-fi are very close to the antennae," says Dr Gerd Oberfeld, the association’s spokesperson 23 research projects. Scroll down for more. Yet there has.

Another scientist, Dr Gerd Oberfeld, from Salzburg is now calling for Wi-Fi to be removed from schools. He said: "If you go into the data you can see a very very clear picture – it is like a puzzle.

May 20, 2007  · Wi-Fi: A warning signal Wi Fi systems are now in 70 per cent of secondary schools. Britain is in the grip of a Wi-Fi revolution with offices, homes and classrooms going wireless – but there is concern the technology could carry health risks. Another scientist, Dr Gerd Oberfeld, from Salzburg is now calling for Wi-Fi to be removed from schools.

Should area parents be concerned about Wi-Fi in schools? Yes, says American Public Health. Agency to exposure levels to wireless signals within a classroom. Dr Gerd Oberfeld, head of Salzburg’s.

Nov 02, 2018  · Can You Really Be Allergic to Wifi and Cell Phones? Nov. 2, 2018; Written By: Nicolas Pineault; Along with the incredibly fast increase in our use of wireless technologies, the number of people who claim getting health symptoms from exposure to wifi, cell phones or other sources of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) is on the rise.

Gerd Oberfeld, an environmental official of Austria, is quoted as saying that by 2017 half of the world’s population will suffer from some kind. 11. März 2015. und Umweltmediziner des.

EMF and RF World Concerns. The following is a compilation of what government, public health and environment organizations and officials, independent scientists, online health advocacy groups and activists are advocating around the world in response to the proliferation of electromagnetic fields, and especially 2.4 GHZ microwave radiation.

The prime time Israeli TV program on the dangers of radiation from Wi-Fi, cellphones, computers. professors and engineers. Dr. Gerd Oberfeld, an environmental official of Austria, is quoted as.

Common electromagnetic field or EMF sources: Radio-frequency radiation (RF) (3 MHz to 300 GHz) is emitted from radio and TV broadcast antennas, Wi-Fi access points, routers, and clients (e.g.

Jan 19, 2014  · I n an article published in 2006, Örjan Hallberg and Gerd Oberfeld estimated that by the year 2017, 50% of the population will be electrosensitive. 1 This estimate was extrapolated based on data collected between 1985 and 2004 that shows a steady increase in the prevalence of electrically hypersensitive (EHS) people over the years.

Research in Austria by Dr. Gerd Oberfeld et al The radiation of a cell phone base station at a distance of 80 metres causes significant changes of the electrical currents in the brains of testees (measured by electroencefalogram, EEG).

The Austrian Medical Association is pressing for a ban on wi-fi in schools. Dr Gerd Oberfeld, Salzburg’s head of environmental health and medicine, has described wi-fi as "dangerous" to sensitive.

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