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Children are more vulnerable to Wireless 

Smaller Heads

Children have smaller heads than adults.  Cell phones and wireless radiation can go deeper into their brains because children have a shorter distance from their skull to their brain center. Government regulations were based on a 220-pound man’s head, not a child’s head.

 

Thinner Skulls

Our skulls actually slow down wireless as it moves into our brain. The thicker the skull, the more roadblocks to the wireless radiation moving forward. Since children have much thinner skulls than adults, they have less protection. Research shows that children can absorb up to ten times the radiation in the bone marrow of their skulls than adults.

 

Rapidly Developing Brain

During childhood the brain is rapidly developing. Children learn at a far greater pace than adults because of the incredible growth and plasticity of their brain. However, scientists who expose animal brains to even small amounts of microwaves, find damaged brain cells and more dead cells.  Disruption of brain development at an early age can cause significant neurological changes later on in life.

Higher Water

Children have a higher amount of water in their brains and bodies.  Remember that electricity travels quicker through the water. In the same way, wireless energy travels more intensely through their tissues.  So children absorb more of this radiation because of their unique physiology.

Smaller Bodies

Children have shorter arms and hold cell phones, tablets, and wireless devices closer to their faces and bodies.  When they sit at a table their face is closer to the computer, for example. Because they are smaller, when they hold a device against their body with multiple antennas like a tablet, more of their body parts are highly exposed, as compared to an adult with the same device. 

Stem Cells

Children have more active stem cells in their bodies. Research shows that stem cells are often more reactive to low levels of microwave radiation than other cells.  Stem cells are cells that differentiate into specialized cell types and make more cells. Thus, the critical cells responsible for our children’s development are the most impacted by wireless!

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