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US National Toxicology Program Animal Study – Final Report
November 2018 | Viewpoint

The US National Toxicology Program (NTP) released its Technical Reports on the results of its two-year studies of radio frequency (RF) exposure on mice and rats.


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SAR Compliance
June 2017 | Viewpoint

Recent media reports in France have discussed the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) value of mobile phones and the exposure of users to radio frequency (RF) energy while using these devices. This viewpoint provides background and technical explanations on SAR and compliance.


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Wi-Fi in Schools
March 2017 | Viewpoint

Parents who are concerned about whether there are any health risks to children in classrooms arising from the use of Wi-Fi equipment, should be reassured by the results from a number of studies as well as the advice from leading health agencies around the world.


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Wireless Devices and Children
July 2016 | Viewpoint

A recent report by the French health authority ANSES on the exposure of children to radio-frequency electromagnetic fields is the latest in a series of government and expert health reports that have looked into whether there is any evidence of adverse health effects for children from the use of mobile or wireless devices. The ANSES report, like those that preceded it, did not find such evidence.


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Les appareils sans fil et les enfants
July 2016 | Viewpoint

Une publication récente de l'Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire française ANSES sur l'exposition des enfants aux radiofréquences des champs électromagnétiques est la dernière d'une série de rapports de gouvernements et d’experts de la santé qui ont cherché à déterminer s’il existe une preuve d'effets négatifs sur la santé des enfants utilisant des appareils mobiles ou sans fil. Le rapport ANSES, comme ceux qui l'ont précédé, n'établit pas de telles preuves.


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Media reporting and reality: French court ruling does not confirm electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) as occupational illness
September 2015 | Viewpoint

Contrary to recent media reports, French jurisdiction has not established a causal relationship between symptoms of electro-hypersensitivity1 and exposure to electromagnetic fields as emitted from wireless technologies, nor has it recognised EHS as occupational illness. What it has done is reverse the 2013 decision of the Commission for the Rights and Self-Reliance of Persons with Disabilities (CDAPH) in Ariège2 to deny Mrs R. a disability allowance.


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