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Cellphone exposure limits should be reassessed, GAO recommends

sunnubian ·
Posted at 11:39 AM ET, 08/07/2012 TheWashingtonPost Cellphone exposure limits should be reassessed, GAO recommends By Hayley Tsukayama Mobile phone exposure limits and testing requirements should be reassessed, according to a Government Accountability Office study released Tuesday. The study, the culmination of a year-long review done at the urging of lawmakers, comes at a time of heightened concern about the possible impact of cellphone radiation on human health. Its findings may prompt the...
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Scientists are linking chemicals produced in the 1970s to increased autism today—not vaccines

sunnubian ·
Scientists are linking chemicals produced in the 1970s to increased autism today—not vaccines By Walter Einenkel 2016/08/23 · 13:40 Serious researchers have been able to correlate fetal exposure to chemical compounds called organochlorine chemicals with an 80 percent increase in a future autism diagnosis. Kristen Lyall, ScD, is an assistant professor in Drexel University’s A.J. Drexel Autism Institute. Although production of organochlorine chemicals was banned in the United States in 1977,...
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Re: Scientists are linking chemicals produced in the 1970s to increased autism today—not vaccines

Norland ·
We're all going to hang around in this country until we're all barking, snarling and growling and sniffing each other like dogs. We're damn near there now. The Animals of the world see us coming and say: "Holy Fuck, RUN, HOP, SKIP, JUMP, SASQUATCH!"
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Re: Scientists are linking chemicals produced in the 1970s to increased autism today—not vaccines

Kocolicious ·
I believe that it is chemical causing autism and not vaccines. I also believe that autism is a genetic trait derived from the European Neanderthal. As why now more African Americans are getting it than they used to back in the day...reminds me of the Agent Orange controversy. Black people never had this condition prior to the 1970s. It was blamed on the refrigerator [white] moms in the 1950s for not giving their children enough affection. Just like they are saying that ADHD doesn't exist. It...
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