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Safety in a Wireless Age – What you need to know

Learn how to protect you and your family’s health from the negative health effects of wireless radiation. Listen to Theodora Scarato Executive Director of the Environmental Health Trust review the latest NIH studies that prove wireless causes cancer

Wyomissing,Pennsylvania (PR MediaRelease) November 5, 2018

Health is compromised by wireless radiation.  A conclusive $25 million study by the National Toxicology Program funded by the National Institute of Health has shown that wireless (cellphones, WIFI, smart meters) is a Category 1 human carcinogen.

Regulations by the FCC to protect the public health are outdated and inadequate.  They are based on the faulty assumptions that harm can only be caused by heating human tissue and that a cellphone user is a 200 lb adult male and a heavy user is only 30 minutes per day.  Clearly the research proves that damage results by other mechanisms than heating of tissue especially through production of free radicals.  A heavy cell phone user is now  many hours per day and includes small children and women.

Telecom companies admit that they do not know if wireless technology is safe.  Insurance companies refuse to insure against liability for injury caused by wireless radiation.

There are safe technology alternatives.

Be aware of the fine print warnings by cell phone makers.  I-phones are not be in contact with your body.

Join other concerned citizens to learn how wireless radiation has multiple negative health impacts and what you can do to minimize risk.  A free presentation by Theodora Scarato, Executive Director of The Environmental Health Trust at Atonement Lutheran Church, 5 Wyomissing Blvd., Wyomissing, PA 19610 at 6:30 PM on Sunday November 11, 2018.

Mark Proudfoot
Renkert Oil
Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer
610 422 3567
mproudfoot@renkertoil.com

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