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Mercola ... Wireless phones and other gadgets have the potential to cause all sorts of health problems, from headaches to brain tumors. The link between brain cancer and cell phone use has been a particularly persistent one, and mounting research has only made this association stronger...



Mobile phone manufacturers have patented “radiation shields” to reduce the risk of brain tumors among consumers, despite their claims that phone use presents no serious health hazards, a British newspaper has reported. Although the companies dismissed the report, it could be used as ammunition in lawsuits recently filed by consumers against manufacturers. MORE BELOW




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  • Medscape  Long-term use of both mobile and cordless phones is associated with an increased risk for glioma, the most common type of brain tumor, the latest research on the subject concludes. The new study shows that the risk for glioma was tripled among those using a wireless phone for more than 25 years and that the risk was also greater for those who had started using mobile or cordless phones before age 20 years.
  • Cell phones work by sending signals to (and receiving them from) nearby cell towers (base stations) using RF waves. This is a form of electromagnetic energy that falls between FM radio waves and microwaves. Like FM radio waves, microwaves, visible light, and heat, RF waves are a form of non-ionizing radiation.
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  • Uncommonwisdom Daily The left picture is a thermographic image taken of a man with no exposure to cell phone radiation. This is the “before” picture (the control) of an experiment conducted by the BioInitiative Working Group. Now look at the second photo … The picture on the right is a thermographic image of the same man’s head after a 15-minute phone call. Red, orange and yellow areas indicate thermal (heating) effects due to radiation given off by the cell phone. These thermal heating effects have been linked to various negative health effects. These include cancer, brain tumors and other neurodegenerative diseases. In other words … The Dangers of Cell Phone Use are Real The BioInitiative Working Group is made up of 20 scientists, researchers and public health policy professionals. They reviewed more than 2,000 scientific papers and reviews on electromagnetic waves like those given off by cell phones.
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  • USCellular The design of your phone complies with updated NCRP standards described below. In 1991–92, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) joined in updating ANSI’s 1982 standard for safety levels with respect to human exposure to RF signals. More than 120 scientists, engineers and physicians from universities, government health agencies and industries developed this updated standard after reviewing the available body of research. In 1993, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted this updated standard in a regulation. In August 1996, the FCC adopted hybrid standard consisting of the existing ANSI/IEEE standard and the guidelines published by the National Council of Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). Body-Worn Operation To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, always use an appropriate accessory if using the phone for body worn operations. Accessories used with this phone for body worn operations must not contain any metallic components and must provide at least 0.59 inches (1.5 centimeters) separation distance between the user’s body and the phone, including antennas. Body worn accessories that do not meet these requirements may not comply with FCC RF exposure requirements and should be avoided

Mobile Phone Makers Patent ‘Radiation Shields’ To Combat Brain Cancer Risk, Wireless NewsFactor ... Journalist: Jay Wrolstad, June 11, 2001

Mobile phone manufacturers have patented “radiation shields” to reduce the risk of brain tumors among consumers, despite their claims that phone use presents no serious health hazards, a British newspaper has reported. Although the companies dismissed the report, it could be used as ammunition in lawsuits recently filed by consumers against manufacturers. more below


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Some plastics are safer to eat and drink from than others. Here's a quick guide to help you make informed choices. If you want to dig deeper, take a look at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy's Smart Plastics Guide (PDF). It's worth avoiding the following plastics when you can. You can identify a plastic by looking at the recycling code number that appears inside a triangle at the bottom of many containers.   ...   
  • Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) can leach phthalates, known male reproductive toxicants. It can be identified by code 3. 

One way to avoid it in the kitchen is by choosing plastic wrap made from polyethylene rather than PVC. If a box is not labeled, find a brand that is or call the manufacturer.   In response to the widespread concerns about BPA, baby bottles and other items made from alternative materials are springing up. Experts say stainless steel is your best bet for reusable water bottles right now. ThinkSport and Klean Kanteen are two widely available brands. The following plastics are considered safest for food storage. Glass and stainless steel are also good options.

  • Polyethylene terephthalate ethylene (PETE), code 1.  
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  • Polystyrene is used in Styrofoam products. It may leach styrene (a neurotoxin) when it comes into contact with hot, acidic, or fatty foods. It's marked with recycling code 6
  • Polycarbonate can leach bisphenol-A (BPA), an endocrine disruptor associated with a long list of health concerns. Baby bottles, "sippy" cups, 5-gallon water jugs, and reusable beverage bottles are typically made out of this plastic. Products may be marked with recycling code 7 (also includes any plastic that doesn't fit into the 1 to 6 recycling code categories) and/or the letters "PC." 

Here are some tips for using all plastics safely: Don't microwave food plastic containers. Chemicals are more likely to leach out when plastic is heated. "Microwaveable plastic" doesn't guarantee that chemicals won't leach. Cover foods in the microwave with wax paper or a plate. If you do use plastic wrap, then make sure it doesn't touch the food. Avoid putting hot foods in plastic containers. Let leftovers cool off before storing them in plastic. Take good care of plastics by not washing them with harsh chemicals, and dispose of scratched and worn containers. Research has shown that older, scratched items will leach more, says Kathleen Schuler at the Institute for Agricultural and Trade Policy. (Don't put them in the dishwasher if you want to be completely risk-averse, she suggests.) Environmental journalist Lori Bongiorno shares green-living tips and product reviews with Yahoo! Green's users. Send Lori a question or suggestion for potential use in a future column. Her book, Green Greener Greenest: A Practical Guide to Making Eco-smart Choices a Part of Your Life is available on Yahoo!



Mobile Phone Makers Patent ‘Radiation Shields’ To Combat Brain Cancer Risk
Wireless NewsFactor
Journalist: Jay Wrolstad
June 11, 2001

Mobile phone manufacturers have patented “radiation shields” to reduce the risk of brain tumors among consumers, despite their claims that phone use presents no serious health hazards, a British newspaper has reported. Although the companies dismissed the report, it could be used as ammunition in lawsuits recently filed by consumers against manufacturers.

According to The Times of London, leading phone makers Nokia (NYSE: NOK), Ericsson (Nasdaq: ERICY) and Motorola (NYSE: MOT) have created components to protect users from the radio frequency radiation emitted by handsets.

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Manufacturers have been developing such components for at least eight years, the newspaper said, citing an application filed by Nokia with the U.S. Patent Office in Washington, D.C., that states “it has been suggested that” extended exposure to radio frequency radiation could lead “to a development of malignant tumor.” The U.S.-based Wireless Consumer Alliance discovered 25 such patents, the Times said.

Phone makers rejected the claim that the patents indicate that they accept the existence of health hazards.

“Patenting new innovations is a standard practice,” Nokia spokesperson Keith Nowak told Wireless NewsFactor. “Patents are often filed before inventions are ready for commercial use, and others turn out not to be technically viable at all. Therefore, Nokia, like many large technology companies, has an extensive patent portfolio which includes designs and devices which are not currently used in production models.”

Nowak added that Nokia’s products meet emissions safety standards set by government and administrative agencies, so “the fact that Nokia may have alternative means of meeting these standards which have not been incorporated into current complying products is not relevant.”

In addition, Nokia vice president William Plummer told the Times that, “There is no contradiction here. The patents talk of ‘suggestions’ of health risks. A third of our employees are engaged in research and development and it is a natural course of business that they then file for patents.”

No Admission of Guilt
Ericsson spokesperson Robert Elston told Wireless NewsFactor that all Ericsson phones are designed and tested to comply with existing safety standards for radio frequency exposure, which leave wide margins of safety.

“Extensive research over the course of many years has not established any conclusive evidence of a link between adverse health effects and the use of mobile phones meeting those standards and regulations,” Elston said.

Ericsson spokesperson Michael Westmark told Reuters that the patents were designed to improve the performance of mobile phones by reducing the radio waves they use, not specifically to prevent brain tumors, and denied the inventions were an admission that using the company’s phones presented a health hazard.

Although studies by the Journal of the American Medical Association and the New England Journal of Medicine — as well as the National Cancer Institute and a number of international health authorities that have studied the issue — have found no definitive link between cell phone use and health problems such as cancer, scientists acknowledge that more research is needed.

Evidence for Consumer Suits
But others are not convinced and have taken legal action against phone manufacturers, stating the companies knowingly are selling hazardous devices. The report that phone makers have developed radiation-shield technology could be a powerful tool for high-profile attorney Peter G. Angelos, who has filed class-action suits in four states, claiming phone makers are selling products that have been linked to brain cancer and other health-related problems.

Angelos is seeking a judgment that includes requiring all manufacturers to supply headsets at no cost to all purchasers or lessees, or to reimburse any consumer who has purchased a headset, as well as punitive damages. His is one of several lawsuits filed against phone manufacturers in the United States.

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Joseph Robinette "Beau" Biden III (February 3, 1969 – May 30, 2015) was an American attorney, an officer in the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG), and politician from Wilmington, Delaware. He served as the Attorney General of Delaware and was a Major in the Delaware Army National Guard. He was a member of the Democratic Party and the older son of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and older step-son of Second Lady of the United States Jill Biden. Contents [hide] 1 Early life and family 2 Military service 3 Political career 4 Illness and death 5 References 6 External links Early life and family[edit] Further information: Biden family Biden was born in Wilmington, Delaware, the elder son of former U.S. Senator and current Vice President Joe Biden, and his first wife, Neilia Hunter. His mother and younger sister, Naomi Christina Biden, were killed in an automobile accident in 1972, in which he and his brother Hunter were seriously injured. He and his brother encouraged his father to marry again,[1] and Jill Jacobs became Beau's stepmother in 1977. His half-sister Ashley was born in 1981.[2] He graduated from Archmere Academy, his father's high school alma mater, and the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of the Psi Upsilon fraternity. He was also a graduate of Syracuse University College of Law, as is his father. From 1995 to 2004, he worked at the United States Department of Justice in Philadelphia, first as Counsel to the Office of Policy Development and later as a Federal prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney's Office. In 2004, he became a partner in the law firm of Bifferato, Gentilotti, Biden & Balick, where he worked for two years before being elected Delaware attorney general.[3] He had two children with his wife Hallie: a daughter, Natalie, and a son, Hunter.[4][5] At the 2008 Democratic National Convention, after Joe Biden was nominated for Vice President of the United States, Beau introduced his father. He recounted the auto accident that killed his mother and sister and the subsequent parenting commitment his father made to his sons, a speech at which many delegates wept.[6][7] Military service[edit] Biden joined the military in 2003[8] as a member of the Delaware Army National Guard and was a Major in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps as part of the 261st Signal Brigade in Smyrna, Delaware.[9][10] Biden's unit was activated to deploy to Iraq on October 3, 2008, and sent to Fort Bliss, Texas, for pre-deployment training,[11] the day after his father participated in the 2008 presidential campaign's only vice presidential debate. His father was on the record as saying, "I don't want him going. But I tell you what, I don't want my grandson or my granddaughters going back in 15 years, and so how we leave makes a big difference."[12] Biden traveled to Washington, D.C., from Iraq in January 2009 for the presidential inauguration and his father's swearing-in as Vice President,[13] then returned to Iraq.[14] Biden received a visit at Camp Victory from his father on July 4, 2009.[15] Biden returned from Iraq in September 2009, his yearlong stint on active duty complete.[16] Biden had announced that during his deployment he would continue to actively serve as Delaware's Attorney General by working in conjunction with his office's senior staff in Delaware,[17] although a member of his unit related Biden saying he had turned over most of his attorney general work to his deputy so as to focus on his duties in Iraq.[18] Political career[edit] Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden at a Justice Department press conference In his first bid at political office, Biden ran for Attorney General of Delaware in 2006. Biden's opponent was a veteran state prosecutor and Assistant U.S. Attorney, Ferris Wharton. Major issues in the campaign included the candidates' experience and proposed efforts to address sex offenders, Internet predators, senior abuse and domestic abuse. Biden won the election by approximately five percentage points.[19] After being elected, he appointed former Delaware Attorney General and International Judge Richard S. Gebelein as Chief Deputy Attorney General, and former assistant U.S. Attorney Richard G. Andrews was appointed as State Prosecutor. As Attorney General, Biden supported and enforced stronger registration requirements for sex offenders.[20][21] Joe Biden resigned from the Senate following his 2008 election to the vice presidency. Governor Ruth Ann Minner named former Joe Biden aide Ted Kaufman to fill the vacant seat, but Kaufman made it clear that he would not be a candidate in the 2010 special election. This fueled speculation Beau would run at that time.[22] Biden's father stated after the announcement of Kaufman's appointment, "It is no secret that I believe my son, Attorney General, would make a great United States Senator just as I believe he has been a great attorney general. But Beau has made it clear from the moment he entered public life that any office he sought he would earn on his own ... [I]f he chooses to run for the Senate in the future, he will have to run and win on his own. He wouldn't have it any other way."[23] In October 2009, Biden stated that he was considering a run for the Senate and that he would make a final decision in January. On January 25, Biden confirmed that he would forgo a Senate run so as to better focus on the prosecution of Earl Bradley, an infamous child molestation suspect.[24] On November 2, 2010, he was easily re-elected to a second term as Delaware Attorney General, beating Independent Party of Delaware candidate Doug Campbell by a huge margin.[25] He was the first person to have held an elected office while his father was in office as Vice-President. Biden did not seek election to a third term as Attorney General in 2014.[26] In spring of that year, he announced his intention to run for Governor of Delaware in the 2016 election to succeed term-limited Democratic Governor Jack Markell.[27][28] At the time of this announcement, the cancer that killed Biden in 2015 had been diagnosed but was in remission, though this information was not public at the time. Public offices Office Type Location Elected Took office Term ends Notes Attorney General Executive Dover 2006 January 2, 2007 January 3, 2011 Attorney General Executive Dover 2010 January 3, 2011 January 3, 2015 Election results Year Office Election Subject Party Votes % Opponent Party Votes % 2006 Attorney General General Joseph R. Biden III Democratic 133,152 52.5% Ferris Wharton Republican 120,062 47.4% 2010 Attorney General General Joseph R. Biden III Democratic 196,799 78.9% Doug Campbell Delaware Independent 52,517 21.1% Illness and death[edit] For the final few years of his life, Biden suffered from brain cancer.[29][30] In May 2010, he was admitted to Christiana Hospital in Newark, Delaware, after complaining of a headache, numbness and paralysis; officials stated that he had suffered from a "mild stroke."[30][31] Later that month, Biden was transferred to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia and kept for observation for several days.[31] In August 2013, Biden was admitted to the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and diagnosed with brain cancer, after experiencing what White House officials called "an episode of disorientation and weakness."[32] A lesion was removed at that time; Biden had radiation and chemotherapy treatments, and the cancer was in remission.[33] On May 20, 2015, he was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland due to a recurrence of brain cancer; he died there 10 days later on May 30, 2015


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