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Are the Current EMF Safety Standards Doing Enough to Protect Us?

emf safety standards International organizations around the world have long called for the creation of EMF safety standards to help protect average citizens against the harmful effects of cordless phone radiation, WiFi radiation, laptop radiation, and more. The United States currently abides by limits set by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) for radiation emissions from electronic devices. But are those EMF safety standards really enough to protect us from the long-term effects of chronic exposure? Continue reading

3 Ways You Can Protect Yourself From EMF

Cell Tower protection with EMF blocker protection pendantSome people don’t realize the risk that comes with EMF exposure, which is coming from your wireless phones, as well as area cell towers 24 hours a day, even when your cell phone is off, and the tower is 984 feet away. If you’ve never investigated electromagnetic protection products, and how they can help you draw awareness to EMF safety, now is the time to consider. Here are just a few ways to protect yourself against EMF dangers. Continue reading

For Your Consideration: 4 Thought Provoking Studies on EMF Dangers

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If we could see the microwaves, radiation, and radio frequencies constantly surrounding us 24/7, we wouldn’t be able to see anything else.

The signals from wireless technology like Wi-Fi Internet, cell phones, and laptops have become completely ubiquitous in modern life. And that’s in addition to the low-frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF) emitted by the electricity that flows through our homes, schools, and offices. Most of us take advantage of modern technology in our personal and professional lives, although take for granted might be more accurate. And few people consider the potential EMF dangers we’re increasingly exposed to.

If you’re curious about the potential EMF dangers, then here are four recent developments in the field worth investigating: Continue reading