Cell Phone Trap by Joel S. Hirschhorn

by Joel S. Hirschhorn
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Dandelion Salad
Nov. 4, 2010

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It is now inconceivable that our world could function without the 5 billion cell phones used globally.  The new book by Devra Davis “Disconnect” deserves your attention.  Indeed, if you use a cell phone a lot it should be mandatory reading.

It also seems inconceivable that the trillion dollar cell phone industry and governments worldwide could have pushed this technology without ever having solid research results proving the safety of cell phones.  If true that would be deadly frightening.  But that is exactly the reality.

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The War On Cancer by Guadamour

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by Guadamour
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
Oct. 10, 2009

Who would have thunk that the Nazis would have been the first to systematically explore the hazards in the environment as pertains to the development of human and animal cancers? In The Secret History of The War On Cancer (Perseus Books Group 2007) Dr Devra Davis, an Epidemiologist at the University of Pittsburgh, details what was known about cancer and when it was known.

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