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10 Shocking Facts about the Health Dangers of Wi-Fi
- “Pregnant women are cautioned to avoid using wireless devices themselves and distance themselves from other users,”
- “Current US [and Canada]…standards for radio frequency and microwave radiation from wireless technology are entirely inadequate,” and
- “Safety standards also ignore the developing fetus…” 
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