The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has declared a state of emergency for both units of the Brunswick nuclear power facilities in North Carolina.
For over 30 years, we believed that mammography is the primary weapon against breast cancer. However, this proposition has been disproved. It is revealed that the 1.3 million cases of cancer in the United States could have been 0 without mammography!
Every 30 minutes spent in front of a screen can delay speech development by 49 percent in children younger than two, claimed a team of researchers from the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
Cell phone radiation is a big concern for many people, but manufacturers have largely downplayed the risks, and they’re quick to point out that their products meet the regulatory limits.
Across the pond, one brave man is speaking out about a sudden spike in health problems he believes are related to LED streetlamps that purportedly emit 5G radiation. In Gateshead, a town in Northern England, citizens are reporting an array of disturbing side effects including insomnia, nosebleeds and even stillbirth — and Mark Steele has something to say about it.
Gateshead, a town in Northern England, has become the center of a controversy over 5G wireless technology.
Even if the wireless industry would like you to ignore this truth: it looks like very little cell phone use – per month – can cause a big increase in the risk of brain cancer.
Residents in Gateshead, a town in the North East of England have been warned that the 5G radiation emitted from LED street lamps in the area could be wreaking havoc with their health.
Radiation therapy isn’t anybody’s idea of a good time, but each year, thousands of people undergo the treatment in hopes of curing their cancer.
On March 28, Sowetan Live published their article, “Acne, infections: your cellphone could be giving you bad skin.” The article provides all the juicy details, pun intended.