Learn About Invisible Health Threat
Jan 31, 2020 09:03PM
● By Kyle Hass
Irene Melabiotis, Ph.D. (Education), will host an information session on the biological effects associated with exposure to radiofrequency microwave (RF/MW) radiation from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on February 24 at the Robert and Janet Bennett Civic Center Library, in Livonia. She says, “Within our work, leisure and home environments, we are surrounded by many wireless devices that expose us to radiofrequency microwave radiation. For this reason, it is important to be aware of the biological effects of exposure to this radiation and how to mitigate our exposure to it.”
Some estimates reveal that our environment has a quintillion times more manmade radiation than the levels we were exposed to just 10 years ago. There are thousands of independent, peer-reviewed scientific studies that have found that exposure to radiofrequency microwave radiation leads to harmful effects such as DNA damage, cancer, cardiac arrhythmias, learning difficulties, behavioral disturbances, sleep disturbances, memory loss and infertility.
Admission is free. Location: Robert and Janet Bennett Civic Center Library (Meeting Room A), 32777 Five Mile, Livonia. For more info, call 734-466-2460 or visit LivoniaPublicLibrary.org.