In case you’ve been living under an unprotected iPad, laptop or cell phone (hello!), you may have missed the latest breaking news from the National Toxicology Program (NTP, a division of the National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)) based on a multi-year study of mice and rats exposed to cell phone radiation. The results… Read More
How to Protect Yourself Against Possible Radioactivity from the Fukushima Reactors
Guest blogger, Oram Miller, BBEI, is a Certified Building Biology Environmental Inspector in Southern California. One of the most potentially catastrophic environmental health threats to the world’s population is the ongoing nuclear reactor crisis in Japan. While news reports tend to paint the health risks as isolated to the immediate area around the Fukushima plant,… Read More
How to Be Safely Connected in the Wireless Age
Guest blogger, Oram Miller, BBEI, of Create Healthy Homes explains the hidden dangers of wireless communications: cell phones, cordless telephones and Wi-Fi in Part 2 of this series. In a previous post, we laid out the growing problem with wireless communications and the concerns that scientists and doctors have that health problems in people constantly… Read More
What’s All the Static About? Cell Phones and Radiation.
Have you heard? On Tuesday, San Francisco became the first U.S. jurisdiction to adopt a city ordinance requiring retailers to post the radiation levels of mobile phones. So, what’s all the static about? Guest blogger, Oram Miller, BBEI, of Create Healthy Homes explains the hidden dangers of Wireless Communications: cell phones, cordless telephones and WiFi…. Read More