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Why Does Lloyd’s of London Exclude EMF Coverage – EMF and Your Health Series #4

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Why Does Lloyds of London exclude EMF Coverage?

After years of listening to cellular phone companies assure us that WiFi and cell phone transmission is safe, why did Lloyds of London, a company who will take risks when other insurers won’t exclude EMF injuries? Are they expecting an avalanche of health claims related to EMF?

What Does Lloyds of London Know that We don’t know?

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Easy Back to School Coping Strategies – Back to School Series #2

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As a parent, you not only have to worry about getting yourself to work during the school year but now have more schedules than ever to juggle and your kids need your help as well.  While we certainly don’t have the answers or a magic wand that you can wave and make it all easy and joyous, we do have some ideas that might help make back to school less stressful.

The morning rush to get to school is the first stress. What can you do the night before to be ready or have your child ready to walk out the door?

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Is WiFi Making Your Child Sick or Causing ADD/ADHD Symptoms?

is WiFi Making Child SickWiFi at home and school is something that is causing serious concern for us and many parents.

Why is this a problem?

Children’s brains are much thinner and absorb EMF up to 60% more than an adult, in younger children the radio wave penetrates almost through their entire brain! Read more about studies of children’s brains and cell phones.

In the long term your children’s exposure is much greater than yours. By the time they are adults, many of them will already have used their phones or been exposed to WiFi for 20 years. Studies are showing that usage over ten-years greatly increases risk…we have no idea what the ramifications are of usage almost from birth.

It’s sometimes difficult to get all worked up about something that may not happen for 20 years, but there are also short term issues.
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