It’s been a longstanding practice for clear warnings to be given by doctors and government agencies about the many risks posted to pregnant women and the unborn regarding medications.
Now, however, we are finally seeing more awareness of alternative sources that also pose a credible threats. It was just announced recently, for example, that fluoride consumption during pregnancy demonstrably leads to lower IQs in children. The danger of water fluoridation is still believed by some to be a conspiracy theory, but documented science is finally catching up and buckling under the weight of evidence that leans heavily toward choosing precautionary measures.
The same can be said for the nearly ubiquitous WiFi radiation exposure that we encounter in a modern world filled with handheld smart devices, cell towers and the imminent arrival of even more widespread 5G. Amid contentious policy arguments about FCC oversight for telecom companies that have drawn the ire of many U.S. municipalities for an array of consumer rights issues as well as outright corruption, the elephant in the room is the potential for carcinogenic health effects to a wide swathe of the public. Evidence continues to mount showing that a Gynecologist in Columbia Asia Whitefield, Bangalore should become every bit as informed as gynecologists in the U.S. and the world over about this mounting health concern.
We never should forget the long-lasting damage done by the promotion of cigarette use through decades of denial and and coverup by the same entrenched medical system, government agencies and corporations with heavy conflicts of interest that are also now attempting to reassure us that the WiFi radiation threat is indeed just another conspiracy theory.
Regular readers should by now be aware of B.N. Frank’s voluminous archive here at Activist Post that offers a running chronicle of the science surrounding WiFi radiation and the dangers of EMF exposure. Particular emphasis always has been placed upon women and children first, as this is where the current science is beginning to show some indisputable concern over the findings.
One well-sourced study from Kaiser Permanente that was accepted for publication in the journal Scientific Reports had this to say:
They analysed 913 pregnant women at various stages of their pregnancy.
All of the women carried a special meter with them that measured their exposure to MF radiation for 24 hours over the course of a typical day.
Results reveal pregnant women with the highest MF-radiation exposure have a 48 percent greater risk of miscarrying than those with the lowest exposure.
Lead author Dr De-Kun Li said: “This study provides evidence from a human population that magnetic field non-ionizing radiation could have adverse biological impacts on human health.
“We hope that the finding from this study will stimulate much-needed additional studies into the potential environmental hazards to human health, including the health of pregnant women.” — Source
Of course, on the other side is a litany of counter-studies and anecdotes to suggest that this type of radiation is perfectly safe, but more often than not it is put forth by those with vested economic interests in seeing this technology proliferate.
However, those who are in the field and and have a direct connection with the patients they are sworn to protect often have a much more noble motivation once they become informed.
One advocate for pregnancy health that B.N. Frank has highlighted is the BabySafe Project, which was founded in 2014 and offers plenty of science. The organization also offers free information that can be shared with friends and family as well as doctors who may not have received many of these concerns from their entrenched hierarchy.
Here is their intro video outlining why they feel that this issue has become so vital.
As you can see, they are not Luddites who are suggesting to completely get rid of technology, but rather to take sensible precautions while the science is still accumulating enough to become overwhelming and undeniable even to the mainstream and general public.
Here is their quick 5-step guide to reducing exposure.
- Keep your cell phone away from your body. Never carry it in a pocket or bra. Don’t sleep with your phone. Switch your phone to airplane mode whenever you are not using it.
- Keep your wireless laptop or tablet away from your body. Never rest your wireless device on your tummy.
- Get a corded landline if at all possible. You can talk on it safely for hours. It’s safer than using your cell phone or cordless phone.
- Don’t sit anywhere close to your router or smart meter. Turn off routers at night.
- Whenever possible, connect to the internet using wired (Ethernet) cables.
For those who need only an official source from one of the top universities in the world, here is Dr. Hugh Taylor, Chair of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, Yale School of Medicine featured by the BabySafe Project who clearly states:
The fetus is perhaps the most vulnerable to these types of environmental insults. When the brain is just forming, when all of the organ systems are just beginning to develop, that’s when we are perhaps at our most vulnerable stage.
You can also hear author Devra Davis, PhD, from the University of California at Berkley who further elaborates based on her years working with top scientists and doctors why this information is not yet widely recognized by the medical community:
Lastly, I would also add that we all should be hoarding this information — and as much offline as possible — due to the now-proven mission to deplatform, censor, and bury the search results for any source of information that does not conform to the medical “experts” to be determined only by government and Big Tech. Too often they themselves have been the trusted sources in the past, only later to become the admitted purveyors of misinformation and disinformation. As opposed to the current debate around the problems this poses for political freedom of speech, when it comes to health such a policy can literally become life threatening.
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