14
Mär
2012

Aborted and born with heart problems on the rise

To use a mobile phone for 9 months more or less constantly, might not be such a good idea. In Sweden the authorities try to explain the curious similarity between increasing use of mobile phones and increasing fractions of babies born with heart problems, just by referring to increasing age of the mothers or by improved survivability of such babies etc etc. It seems to have started around the magic year 1997.

See preliminar information on: http://hir.nu/Abort.htm

Aborted and born with heart problems on the rise


Örjan Hallberg
http://hir.nu



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