Newsletter (21 October 2006)

Base-station emissions and health concerns


A higher risk of childhood leukemia, particularly of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), was linked to high magnetic field (MF) exposure


ALS an epidemic?


Bio-Systems as Super-Conductors


Melatonin reduces night blood pressure in patients with nocturnal hypertension


Fear and loathing on the school bus


Phone mast victory




Bringing the antennas closer to children


Anger voiced at Stanground phone mast plans


Anti-mobile phone mast campaigner and Belvedere resident Alan Eaton talks about battling


Delight at phone mast victory


Campaigners blast phone mast plan


Fears over mobile phone mast


Phone mast pressure group to run candidate


Scientists take step closer to making invisible cloak a reality


Martin Weatherall: Candidate for Mayor of the Township of Blandford-Blenheim, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada


Computer games stunt teen brains


Computer factory staff are ‘at greater risk of cancer’


Children Living Near High Voltage Power Lines Have Increased Risk of Leukemia


Dairy farmers win $1.1 million against utility


Plan still on for site


Téléphonie mobile France: Ecoles et antennes relais - Mobile telephony  France: Schools and antennas relay


Téléphonie mobile Hollande: Ecoles et antennes relais - Mobile telephony  Holland: Schools and antennas relay


Lawsuit of SFR against Annie Lobé journalist of investigation - Procès de SFR contre Annie Lobé journaliste d'investigation


News from Mast Sanity


Omega-News Collection 21. October 2006