From Elizabeth Kelley, ICEMS:
We are delighted to announce we are holding an exciting educational program entitled in San Francisco on January 17 2010 entitled:
ARE CELL PHONES SAFE? HOW TEENS CAN AVOID RISK!
Shouldn’t we pay more attention to the science showing health is at risk from exposure to cell phone radiation. Teens and young children are more at risk. There are many reports about people who used cell phones and later developed brain cancer. What are the facts? This is an emerging public health issue worth paying attention to.
Sponsored by ICEMS, Teens Turning Green, Environmental Health Trust, San Francisco Main Library, San Francisco Environment Department and the California Endowment, this event will take place at the San Francisco Main Library in San Francisco on January 17, 2010. That location is easy to get to from the Civic Center BART station. The program website is online and open for registration.
Access Code: teensBsafe
Find out what you can do to protect your health by safer use
of cell phones and other wireless technologies.
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Talk by Dr. Devra Lee Davis, PhD, MPA on cell phone radiation science and risks
Information Fair ”“ Exhibitors need to apply (email@example.com.)
TURN STUFF INTO ART! Bring used cell phones and non-disposables
To be held at San Francisco Downtown Public Library, near the BART Civic Center Station.
REGISTER EARLY, if you plan to come. Space limited to 250 people.
Help us spread the word, especially among teens and families, schools and communities.
If you want us to add your name/organization as a sponsor, supporter or exhibitor, contact us. We would like to hear from you!
This program will be repeated on January 19 at 7:00 pm at Marin Academy in San Rafael CA. See link for details.
Teen video and related expert educational materials on cell phone risks and safety tips will be posted online at www.icems.eu as of January 17, 2010.
Elizabeth Kelley, M.A. International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety www.icems.eu firstname.lastname@example.orgLeave a reply →