Cyprus Policy to Reduce Kids’ Exposure to Cell Phone and WiFi Radiation, and Why This Should Be Done Everywhere – Activist Post


10-09-20 06:55:00,

By B.N. Frank

Health warnings about radiation exposure from Bluetooth, cell phones, and WiFi are NOT new. Published and peer-reviewed research has determined all sources of wireless (WiFi) radiation are harmful.

Medical experts – including the American Academy of Pediatrics – have warned that children are more vulnerable to exposure. Risks include cancer, reduced immunity, “Microwave Sickness”, and much more.

Action has already been taken worldwide to replace WiFi in schools with hard-wired Ethernet connections which are safer and more secure. In Cyprus, they are doing even more to keep kids safe. Is this happening where you live?

From Environmental Health Trust:

President of the Cyprus National Committee on Environment and Children’s Health Dr. Michaelifou has helped her country achieve what many of us dream of — science-based awareness of how protect our children from the health impacts of environmental pollutants, including wireless radiation exposure. The Cyprus National Committee on Environment and Children’s Health worked with medical associations, government agencies, and public advocacy groups and achieved great successes:

  1. Provided guidance on removing Wi-Fi from elementary schools.
  2. Supported a pilot project to remove Wi-Fi from the intensive care units of the pediatric wards of Archbishop Makarios III Hospital.
  3. Launched a large-scale public awareness campaign on how to reduce cell phones and wireless radiation.
  4. Provided guidance on how to hardwire computers for distance learning.

Dr. Stella Michaelidou

Dr. Stella Michaelidou is President of the Cyprus National Committee on Environment and Child Health. She has more than 35 years experience and expertise in environmental chemistry, toxicology and the impact of toxic chemicals on health, in particular children’s health, as well as food safety and risk assessment.

She previously served on the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) Pesticides Residue Panel, the Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks (SCHER), and the WHO-Euro Environment and Health Committee. She has been an expert for UN Environment Program,

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