Today, I received several (older) stories which link teenage suicides to electro magnetic radiation. This is vitally important information because of the number of schools which are now installing Wi Fi. This is also a big issue, because of the large number of schools in the USA which are allowing cell phone masts to be installed on school property, endangering all the pupils.
Please pass this information to School Boards, Teachers, Parents, Health Authorities and the Press.
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WHO Fails to mention Environmental Sensitivities
I was thrilled to come across information on the Internet the other day about the coming WHO-report on disability, to be launched on 9 June 2011. I hastened to read the concept note, and found that it contained many important perspectives. But I was rather disappointed that there was ? as far as I could see ? no mention of environmental sensitivities and the debilitating disability conditions that such sensitivities are causing in a rapidly increasing number of people around the world. We are talking about otherwise healthy people whose health, life quality and ability to work now rest with the actions of others ? including family, co-workers/co-students, building managers, and society at large.
For further information, please see a report commissioned by the Canadian Human Rights Commission: The Medical Perspective on Environmental Sensitivities (written up by Margaret E Sears, MEng, PhD) ( http://www.chrc-ccdp.ca/research_program_recherche/esensitivities_hypersensibilitee/toc_tdm-eng.aspx
On this background, I ask you whether the coming WHO-report will, in fact, include discussion about disabilities caused by environmental sensitivities (disabilities such as multiple chemical sensitivity and electrohypersensitivity)? If not, I would like to know about the motives behind such a decision ? knowing that the WHO surely takes its responsibilities to the world?s population seriously. The coming WHO-report is probably going to form a standard by which the definition of disability will be understood in societies around the world. To be excluded from this definition would cause tremendous harm to millions of people.
Best regards from Norway,
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