Time to listen to all the warnings about EMF. See “Why people are worried…” European Commission, Brussels

Time to listen to all the warnings about EMF

See “Why people are worried about EMF: a UK perspective“ European Commission, Brussels.


The Radiation Research Trust (RRT) are leading supporters of the precautionary approach to Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and as such advocate release of substantial research funds from Government and Industry while offering immediate protection and advice to the public. Scientists presenting at the RRT conference reported there are indeed problems and that children are at risk:

“The potential risk to children’s health is very high and a completely new problem. Use of mobile phones for those under 18 or pregnant should be restricted. Children have a unique vulnerability as they grow and develop; there are ‘windows of susceptibility’ periods when their organs and systems may be particularly sensitive to the effect of certain environmental threats. The existing standards cannot guarantee the safe, healthy development of the next generation.”
Professor Yury Grigoriev, Chairman of Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection

The following scientific presentation describes a number of additional findings and recommendations from such international sources as;

  • Toronto Department of Public Health
  • Russian Ministry of Health
  • UK Government Department of Health
  • Israeli Health Ministry
  • French and Finnish governments, and more …


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Published by EMF Home Inspections

I am an EMF inspector geobiology consultant with locations in the Southeastern United States, and certified colleagues around the world.

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