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Is a wifi booster/repeater/extender a good idea in terms of radiation?

Is a wifi booster, also called a wifi range extender, a good idea for improving wireless reception in the home? We don't think so, and in this article we present 3 low radiation alternatives. Due to working at home and the children learning at home, the demand for wifi within the home has recently increased dramatically. The question we often get is: how can I improve wifi range in my home in a low radiation manner? First and foremost, we always say: 'hardwired' is the best, because it's radiation free. Did you know that you can even connect an iPad and...

5G health risks for highest frequencies unknown, writes Netherlands Health Council

2020 - In its report on 5G, the Health Council of the Netherlands recommends postponing the rollout of the 'second wave' 26 Gigahertz frequency band. No research has yet been conducted into the health risks of these high 5G frequencies. The committee advises to do more research into the connection with cancer, reduced male fertility and birth defects. The committee conducted a worldwide search for scientific studies related to this never before used 26 GHz frequency band, but only found a handful of radar studies. The nine-member committee writes in its report that there is a lot of public concern...

Which phone has the lowest radiation?

Electromagnetic radiation from phones is a health risk, as shown in a growing number of studies. You can strongly reduce your exposure by using a headset, and by not wearing the phone on your body all day. It is possible to connect a smartphone to the internet via cable. You can then use all apps and the browser with a completely radiation-free internet connection. Only calling remains wireless. iPhones and iPads can, from iPhone 5 onwards, all be wired via the iPad / iPhone hardwired adapter. With Android phones, it's harder to connect them wired. Using this LAN-USB adapter you can connect...

European Parliament resolution: health risks associated with electromagnetic fields

Update March 2020: Briefing on Effects of 5G wireless communication on human health - European Parliamentary Research Service - PE 646.172 European Parliament resolution of 2 April 2009 on health concerns associated with electromagnetic fields (2008/2211(INI)) On 2 April 2009, the European Parliament adopted the resolution entitled 'Health concerns associated with electromagnetic fields (EMF)' by 566 votes in favour. Three points from the resolution: The European Parliament 1.   Urges the Commission to review the scientific basis and adequacy of the EMF limits as laid down in Recommendation 1999/519/EC and report to the Parliament; calls for the review to be undertaken by the Scientific Committee...

Doctors in Germany protest against 5G

Source: Stuttgarter Nachrichten, Foto: Lichtgut/Leif Piechowski On Wednesday afternoon doctors demonstrated against 5G, in front of the State Department in Stuttgart. "We demand prevention strategies to protect the population, further research and a moratorium on the expansion of 5G," says Cornelia Mästle, physician for internal medicine and cardiology from Winterbach. "We have more and more patients in our practices who are hypersensitive to electrosmog," says Jörg Schmid, psychiatry and psychotherapy specialist in Stuttgart. The clinical images range from headaches, tinnitus, and concentration problems to cardiac arrhythmias. And even though a direct link between electromagnetic radiation and cancer has not yet been...

Bioinitiative Report: a scientists’ warning

The Bioinitiative Report has been updated over the years 2014-2019. See the updated research summaries below. This report has been written by 14 (fourteen) scientists, public health and public policy experts to document the scientific evidence on electromagnetic fields. Another dozen outside reviewers have looked at and refined the Report. The purpose of this report is to assess scientific evidence on health impacts from electromagnetic radiation below current public exposure limits and evaluate what changes in these limits are warranted now to reduce possible public health risks in the future. Not everything is known yet about this subject; but what is...

Insurer Swiss Re: electromagnetic radiation highest risk category

One of the largest insurance companies of the world Swiss Reinsurance Company (Swiss Re) classifies electromagnetic radiation into the highest risk class. This category also includes endocrine disrupting chemicals. The text on p. 11 of the report: Anxiety over the potential risks related to electromagnetic fields (EMF) has risen. Studies are difficult to conduct, since time trend studies are inconsistent due to the still rather recent proliferation of wireless technology. The WHO has classified extremely low-frequency magnetic fields and radiofrequency electromagnetic fields, such as radition emitted by cell phones, as potentially carcinogenic to humans (Class 2B carcinogen). Furthermore, a recent ruling...

Major Austrian insurer AUVA finds effects of cell phones on DNA, EEG and human proteins

Update August 2016: AUVA Athem 2 report: "DNA damage from cell phones proven" (Article Diagnose Funk) On behalf of the major Austrian insurance company AUVA with over 4.3 million policyholders, research was carried out into the health effects of electromagnetic fields from mobile phones at levels well below current exposure limits, which only protect against warming. In the studies on healthy volunteers, the effects of the fields of the GSM-900 and UMTS technology were measured in a double-blind study. The main results are as follows: Increasing changes in EEG in the alpha spectrum, from about 5-10 minutes after the start of...

Clear evidence of the risks to children from smartphone and wifi radio frequency radiation

Professor Tom Butler of the University College Cork published a very informative paper on the risks that mobile digital technologies present to children, titled "On the Clear Evidence of the Risks to Children from Smartphone and WiFi Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR)." This paper is an in-depth review of independent peer-reviewed research. The findings are thought-provoking and alarming for parents and guardians of children and adolescents. Source: GR3C (Governance Risk and Compliance Competence Centre) Recommendations Parents and guardians need to act and should consider the following recommendations in order to exercise their personal duty of care: Educate children and adolescents about the health...

Interview with Jan-Rutger Schrader on ElectricSense.com

Eco-WiFi: The Low Radiation WiFi Router Is Now A Reality As a boy he was mad about computers. All he wanted to do was program. He’d be sat in front of the schools’ Commodore 64, then the cleaning lady would appear, saying ‘come on son, go outside to play’. Later on he was an early adopter of all the latest gadgets, cell phones, smart phones, Nintendo Wii… He graduated from the University of Twente in Holland with a PhD in electrical engineering. He got a job working for the research lab of a big multi-national designing electronic circuits for the latest generation of mobile phones. And...