Cell Phone Safety and EMF Awareness

What is EMF radiation and what steps should you be taking to protect yourself and your family from its harmful effects?

Is Your FitBit Doing More Harm Than Good?

Is Your FitBit Doing More Harm Than Good?

Wireless technology has been around for years, but these devices have really taken over our lives in the past decade. We use our phones to stay in touch, our laptops for business on the go, our tablets for shopping and reading, and…

Read More March 30, 2016
Wearing Your Cell Phone This Way Could Kill You

Wearing Your Cell Phone This Way Could Kill You

Money, a debit card, lipstick, your cell phone… Many women find their bra to be the perfect place to stash a few essentials on the go. Sometimes you’re exercising or just running a quick errand, and the last thing you want to…

Read More March 7, 2016
Safe Technology Expert Advises Protection Against Wireless Radiation

Safe Technology Expert Advises Protection Against Wireless Radiation

In a recent TEDx Talk, safe technology advocate Jeromy Johnson asked the audience a simple question: ┬áDid you know that every smart phone manual includes fine print that instructs you to never put the phone within one inch of your body? The…

Read More March 4, 2016
Can You Get Mercury Poisoning… From Your Cell Phone?

Can You Get Mercury Poisoning… From Your Cell Phone?

You might already be aware of one potential health hazard posed by your cell phone. Wireless devices such as your phone emit electromagnetic energy that has been linked to cancerous tumors. The fact that we all tend to wear or hold our…

Read More January 20, 2016

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