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Child Illness Under 18 and Wireless UseageAustralia is on the CUTTING EDGE of understanding the EMF landscape and the precautions necessary to ensure we protect our health as the Internet of Things emerges. Presently, wireless growth has spawned more cell phones than people and new wireless and mobile technologies are continually emerging, expanding the proliferation of electromagnetic radiation (EMR). Exposure to EMR has multiplied in the last decade.

Just 5 years ago, mobile providers didn’t offer unlimited talk and text. A decade ago, few children had access to mobile devices. Now they are a targeted consumer market. Parents Magazine, ignorant of the dangers, even recommends tablet devices for children less than a year old. This video from the Australian organization WiFi In Schools is an excellent and clear explanation of the necessary precautions for protecting children from EMR and why we need them. Now that we know EMR is linked to brain cancer, breast cancer and infertility in adults, it’s time to protect our kids at school. (See Dr. Devra Davis, A Global Expert Speaks for a complete discussion of this evidence.)

We are reaching out to schools across America to implement Blushield from CoolestTechEver.com to help students cope with wifi and cellular dangers. Many schools in Australia use Blushiled and love the results–better moods, lower anxiety, and most importantly, it protects blood cells from damage. Last week, Blushield USA donated several Cube units to a Kansas City school.

Until we get all schools protected, it’s smart to protect your child with a portable unit. We recommend the DISC for kids as it’s our smallest, least noticeable portable protector. The DISC is drop resistant, water resistant and has no on/off switch so kids can’t turn the protector off! It creates an 18′ bubble of protection from all EMR. This video from the Australian organization WiFi In Schools is an excellent and clear explanation of the necessary precautions for protecting children from EMR and why we need them.

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