Category Archives: Federal Gov’t Research Guidelines

Austrian Insurance Study – Safety Levels Challenged 2009

Austrian Insurance Study- Safety Levels Challenged- 2009 AUVA REPORT: Nonthermal Effects Confirmed; Exposure Limits Challenged; Precaution Demanded.  Edition July 21, 2009  Austrian AUVA Insurance Company Presents Research Report and DVD on Health Risks from Cell Phone Radiation Advertisements

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Wi-Fi in Schools – FAQ

Click on the following link to read and share the informative “Wi-Fi in schools – FAQ” created by Citizens for Safe Technology – Victoria  WiFiInSchools-CST-FAQsheetApril25-2011 Feel free to print this document to share with your school, family and friends.

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Electromagnetic Hypersensitive Student Faced with Choice – Education or Health?

Jordan Weiss, a Greater Victoria School District student presents to the Wi-Fi Committee February 28, 2011. Following Jordan’s presentation he was asked about his EHS diagnosis by an administrator on the Wi-Fi Committee. Jordan explained that he’d been to an … Continue reading

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