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“Keep your cell phone out of your pants pocket – even if you have a Bluetooth in your ear. Studies conducted at Cleveland Clinic have shown that the radio frequency electromagnetic waves emitted by cell phones may increase oxidative stress and decrease sperm motility, contributing to decreased fertility.”

Cleveland Clinic Family Check Up (page 4)

Cleveland Clinic Online Article Health Essentials,

American Academy of Pediatrics – Letters Calling for Updating Radiation Standards

2019 US Doctors and Experts National 5G Resolution

EMF Scientist Appeal

International Society of Doctors for Environment – Appeal for a 5G Standstill

The EMF Call – Protective Limits for Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields

Vienna Medical Association 

Scientists Join Canadian Doctor Appeal on 5G 

Ontario Doctors Appeal and former Microsoft Canada President 

ANSES, France’s National Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health Safety – Recommends Moderate Use of Wireless Communication Technologies by Children 

ANSES, France’s National Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health Safety – Recommends Limiting The Population’s Exposure to RF

New Jersey Education Association – Minimize Health Risks from Electronic Devices

Environment and Human Health, Inc. – Technology, Exposures, Health Effects

Irish Doctors Environmental Association

Bioinitiative Working Group – 2012 Report on Biologically Based Exposure Standards

International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space, Scientists (4,503), Engineers (8,036), Medical Doctors (2,593), Nurses (4,177),Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Social Workers(9,663)

Hippocrates Electrosmog Appeal of Belgium – Over 550 Health Professional Signatures

Pancyprian Medical Association & Cyprus National Committee on the Environment and Child Health – Public Health Dangers from the 5G Network

California Department of Public Health –  Reduce Exposure to Radiofrequency From Cell Phones

The BabySafe Project – Health Professionals Warn of Dangers of Wireless Radiation on  Pregnancy

Turin Medical Association of Italy – Changes in the Law on Electromagnetic Radiation Needed

Department of Pediatrics at Hadassah Hebrew University Hospital – Statement by Dr. Eitan Kerem

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine – Recommendations,  Letter to the FCC 

Association for Consumer Protection in Romania

Swiss Physicians Association of Doctors for Environmental Protection – Apply The Precautionary Principle for Wireless Devices

African Cancer Organisation – Advisory to Keep Children From Mobile Phones

The Cyprus National Committee on Environment and Child Health – Recommendations to Reduce Exposure to Children

Austrian Medical Association – Nicosia Declaration on Health Impacts from EMF and RF Radiation

Austrian Medical Association – Practical Rules to Decrease Wireless EMF Radiation Exposure

Connecticut Department of Public Health – Cell Phone Safety Bulletin

Athens Medical Association – Measures to Protect Against Electromagnetic Radiation

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