Wi-Fi in Schools

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The Environmental Health Trust Schools Page

WorldWide Advisories on Wireless and Children

Wireless Briefing to the Massachusetts Legislature June 2015

An Expert Panel on Wireless Risks to Children was held in Framingham Massachusetts on June 10, 2015. The speakers included Dr. Devra Davis, Catherine Steiner-Adair, Dr. R.S. Sharma, Frank Clegg and Janet Newton.

Parents For Safe Technology WiFi in Schools Page

Effective Mold Remediation
Effective Mold Remediation

A Question from a Concerned Citizen:
1) Do you have any experience/ opinion regarding effective mold remediation using Dr Ed Close’s method (Thieves essential oil via diffuser for 48-72 hr)?

An Answer from Diana Schultz:
We highly recommend the use of Thieve’s Oil as a natural formula for a number of reasons. It can be used to help the body deal with mold exposures by temporarily reducing airborne spore counts. Mitigation involves quite a bit more than just diffusing Thieves, and as Building Biologists, we always recommend removing the source of the exposure, first and foremost, whether that be mold or chemicals, or RF or electromagnetic fields, etc.

Diana Schultz, BA, BBEC
Certified Building Biologist
Bau-Biologie Environmental Consultant
Orlando, FL


EMF Exposure in Cars
EMF Exposure in Cars

A Question from a Concerned Citizen

An Answer from Dr. Gary Olhoeft

“Within an electric or hybrid (gasoline + electric) powered automobile, what is the irradiation level one encounters? What is the Gauss reading (if that is the appropriate measurement scale)? How hazardous is this exposure?”

“Thank you for considering this question. I am particularly concerned about the radiation exposure of children and pregnant women riding in these new vehicle types.”

Dr. Gary Olhoeft, professor emeritus of geophysics at The Colorado School of Mines and an electrical engineer, answered the question this way:

“Not an easy question to answer. Older cars had a lot of RFI (radiofrequency interference) that was suppressed or filtered so you could hear the radio and not the spark plugs. Diesel vehicles are better (no spark plugs). Newer hybrid or electric cars have charging systems, and newer cars of any kind have multiple computers, autobraking, collision avoidance systems, WiFi, Bluetooth, cell phones, and many more sources of EMI/RFI, that depend on the car. It also depends on where you sit in the car or walk around the outside of it, what you’re exposed to. Most of these new car systems also cannot be disabled or turned off. A GPS receiver or a radar speed detector are ok, but the rest
include transmitters with varying EM issues. Because of the many options available in cars, the EMI/RFI problems have to be measured for each car.”

Posted by Katie Singer