Hi Neighbors, I volunteer for St Johns at Whangarei base hospital. Ive noticed that the magazines in the waiting rooms are OLD, and mostly un-readable.
If you regularly buy magazines and are happy to pass them on for a good cause, please message me, happy to collect within reason. Suitable for both men and women please
Wireless industry representatives admit they have done no health & safety studies on fifth generation wireless technology (5G) & globally, insurance groups are refusing to insure health claims made against 5G technologies. Lloyds of London has put it in the same category as asbestos.
Dr Robin Kelly, a GP based on Auckland’s North Shore said this of 5G: “From the expanding peer-reviewed literature, it is clear to me that living tissue can be affected adversely by these frequencies. The roll out of 5G should be postponed until high quality independent health safety testing is carried out. All governments should act now, as public safety must be their priority.”
Dr Heather Guy, a GP based in Kamo, Whangarei wrote: "As a GP I see the effects of EMF sensitivity in my patients. And as a mother I am very concerned about the biological effects of 5G. Already there is plausible evidence for significant harm from existing technologies and to use untested 5G technology is frightening."
We, the Whangarei community, have an active petition addressed to the Mayor & Councillors of the Whangarei District Council online at: www.change.org...
to urge local government to ban 5G technology.
Sign it & join STOP 5G WHANGAREI on Facebook.
Independent media report that moratoriums on 5G deployment are being achieved by citizens who are lobbying politicians at local & central government level. There is a faster, far safer alternative & the momentum for SafeG tech is building, - investing in fiber-optic cabling.
To see scientific information about electromagnetic fields (EMF) and health compiled by an international coalition of doctors and scientists refer: bioinitiative.org...
There are research summaries here: bioinitiative.org...research-summaries/
People either loved them or hated them, and now they're up for sale.
The giant 1990's Big Fresh Supermarket fruits and veges are up on Trade Me, with over 700 people adding them to their watchlist.
Did you enjoy seeing them on your grocery shopping outing?