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Members of the European Parliament (MEP) are greatly concerned at the Bio-Initiative international report on electromagnetic fields, which highlights the health risks posed by emissions from mobile-telephony devices such as mobile telephones, UMTS, Wifi, Wimax and Bluetooth, and also DECT landline telephones.

Lunes 8 de septiembre de 2008 · 1188 lecturas

Just recently, Members of the European Parliament (MEP) critized the
European Environment and Health Action Plan 2004-2010 for not being
more precise about how to implement prevention strategies, especially
for vulnerable population groups, and how to actually reduce disease.
Among other topics, they were especially concerned about the obsolete
exposure limits for electromagnetic fields:
"They are greatly concerned at the Bio-Initiative international report
on electromagnetic fields, which highlights the health risks posed by
emissions from mobile-telephony devices such as mobile telephones,
UMTS, Wifi, Wimax and Bluetooth, and also DECT landline telephones. It
notes that the limits on exposure to electromagnetic fields which have
been set for the general public are obsolete. They do not take account
of developments in information and communication technologies or
vulnerable groups, such as pregnant women, newborn babies and
children." (28 Aug 2008)

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