California Lawmakers And American Cancer Society Want To Protect Kids From Soda But Not From Exposure To Harmful Cell Phone Radiation, WiFi, And Electrosmog

By B.N. Frank

Activist Post recently published an article about California, “Nanny State Steps In On Soda, Law Proposed Banning Restaurants From Serving Beverages.”  Excerpts include:

A California bill proposing limiting restaurants to serving children water or unflavored milk with their meals passed the California Assembly and is now making its way to Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) desk.

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CBS reports that the American Cancer Society was an enthusiastic supporter of the bill.

“Some of these kids are drinking up to three sodas a day. This is setting them up for tremendous cancer risks down the road,” Stephanie Winn of the American Cancer Society told KOVR. “Because now we know that 20 percent of all cancers are tied to being overweight.”

A study from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that two-thirds of children ages 2 to 19 drink at least a single sugary beverage a day. The CDC also found an association between frequent soda consumption and obesity, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, nonalcoholic liver disease, tooth decay and cavities, CBS News reported.

It’s great that California and The American Cancer Society want kids to be healthy even though this restaurant ban isn’t endorsed by many – including Activist Post.

The hypocrisy is that many California lawmakers as well as The American Cancer Society are making little to no effort to protect children from exposure to harmful cell phone radiation, WiFi radiation, and Electrical Pollution (Electrosmog) despite research proving that exposure can also contribute to (if not cause) cancer, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, nonalcoholic liver disease, tooth decay, cavities and much more.

In fact, no safe level of radiation exposure has still been determined for children or pregnant women.

Recently The American Cancer Society chief medical officer referred to results from a U.S. government study on cell phone radiation as a “game changer.”  Regardless, ACS still isn’t using their influence to support legislation about cell phone radiation – including Berkley, California’s “Cell Phone Right to Know Bill” or the Californians’ fight against small cell tower legislation.

Obviously, it doesn’t seem to be due to lack of research or public outcry – including from firefighters – that California legislators and The American Cancer Society aren’t taking action to protect children and everyone else from harmful exposure to new technology.  Instead they are choosing to obsess about sugar.

Meanwhile, other countries, including France, have been taking action to protect children from exposure for almost 10 years already.  Unfortunately, across the U.S., technology is still being marketed to children and their parents – even by Sesame Street.  Oh Smartie!

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1 Comment on "California Lawmakers And American Cancer Society Want To Protect Kids From Soda But Not From Exposure To Harmful Cell Phone Radiation, WiFi, And Electrosmog"

  1. More fake news: the law in California does not ban sodas from being served. That is a naked lie. The San Diego Union Tribune reports, citing the text of the law:
    “Showing just how easily false information can spread on social media “Fox & Friends,” The Hill and Drudge Report all incorrectly summarized legislation successfully moving through the state legislature which would require restaurants to offer water, sparkling water, flavored water or unflavored milk or a nondairy milk alternative as the “default beverage.”

    “Default beverage,” as defined in the bill, refers to a beverage automatically included or offered as part of a children’s meal unless a costumer asks for an alternative. Other options are not outright banned, as it says right in the text of the legislation.

    “The bill would not prohibit a restaurant’s ability to sell, or a customer’s ability to purchase, an alternative beverage if the purchaser requests one,” Senate Bill 1192 states.

    Fake news is real…and it is a disgrace that Activistpost is promoting such lies.

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