Wi-Fi in schools. Is it safe?

This is a really serious issue, particularly as increasing numbers of schools are installing WiFi, potentially exposing children to harmful radiation. Disappointingly, there have been no moves in this country to follow the growing trend around the world for countries to ban or restrict Wi-Fi in nurseries and schools. Nations including Canada, Israel, Italy and…

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Should my child have a mobile phone?

There’s no simple answer to this one. Many of us enjoy and even rely on the benefits of mobile technology and Wi-Fi to run our lives. We keep in touch with family and friends. We organise work and social activities. We’re used to always being connected. For young people now they offer an easy way…

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Why don’t I have more energy?

We’re now surrounded by electronic devices and WiFi, either our own or other people’s. The average British household now owns 7.4 internet devices, (http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/apr/09/online-all-the-time-average-british-household-owns-74-internet-devices) more and more towns and cities are investing in WiFi networks so it’s hard to escape the electro-smog this generates. In the same way that some of us are sensitive to…

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Escaping from electro-smog

Digital detox holidays are becoming more popular as people jump at the chance to wind down without emails pinging, and notifications arriving day and night. We appreciate that it is very difficult to completely separate from the electronic world but if you have the chance over the summer why not try checking your social media…

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Increasing awareness of health risks

It’s no longer just a concern voiced by minority ‘green’ groups, as more and more research is published and the number of scientists urging Governments to take action is growing. Almost 200 scientists from around the world joined forces recently to urge the World Health Organisation to review health guidance around mobile phones. The world…

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