One of the most sinister dangers to our health may be lurking in every office, every coffee shop, and virtually every home across America. And we can’t even see it. It’s WiFi Radiation.
Wireless Internet signals from WiFi devices may be convenient, but they might also be damaging our health in unprecedented ways. According to a recent report from New Vision, dozens of scientific studies have been conducted since WiFi’s introduction to the public that all point to the same result: serious EMF dangers as a result of WiFi radiation. Continue reading →
“What happens when we, 24 hours around the clock, wherever we are, allow ourselves and our children to be used as guinea-pigs, whole-body-irradiated by new, man-made electromagnetic fields for the rest of our lives?”Continue reading →
Almost every line of professional work today involves a lot of time spent in front of a computer screen. But did you know that there are laptop radiation effects that could be detrimental to your health? Many experts are sounding the alarm bell on laptop radiation, especially because these devices are usually kept, well, on top of your lap. Continue reading →
Protecting your family from electromagnetic fields should be a top priority, as research shows that EMF dangers may be quite real. Here are just some of the facts you should be aware of. Continue reading →
The Good Ole Days When Men Were not Sitting at Starbucks zapping their Sperm
Research Study from the BioInitiative 2012 Report Summarizes a Sperm Study
The news from the research front is that sperm are fondly remembering the “good ole days” when young men did NOT sit in Starbucks answering emails on their WiFi enabled laptops or talking on phones that they pull out of their pockets!
Research is not the sexiest topic in the world, but some studies are so important we have to pass them onto you. In a study* that was published in 2012, the authors wanted to find out what effect WiFi-connected laptops could have on healthy sperm? Let’s face it, when you walk into a Starbucks, there are a lot of guys in their 20’s and 30’s in there, drinking lattes, cappuccinos, and espressos, some for hours at a time.
The 29 Guy Study
Twenty-nine healthy guys gave samples which were obtained under 2 different conditions. The first group was exposed to a Wi-Fi connected laptop for 4 hours. The second group was not exposed to the laptop or Wi-Fi.