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Wireless Devices May Be at Fault for Certain Health Risks
Date:7/30/2008

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- For years, a part of the scientific community has been raising awareness on the potential health hazards of electromagnetic fields(1). Interphone, the largest international epidemiology study ever conducted over cell phone use, is showing disturbing results coming especially from Northern Europe, the pioneers of the wireless technology over the old continent(2). An increase of cancer risks has been reported, especially for heavy- and long-time users (over 10 years)(3). Though the conclusions of this study have been postponed continuously for the last 3 years(2), Yackie Telecom Inc, once again at the forefront of innovation, has taken a stand for consumer interests by developing Yackie Safe. A simple patch to the naked eye, Yackie Safe is made up of a series of intricate micro antennas created to counter the effects of electromagnetic fields. By releasing reverse waves, Yackie Safe uses 180-degree phase shift, a technique employed in all industries to cancel or reduce unwanted waves, of all types: light, sound, electricity, electromagnetic waves, etc. The result is a fantastic drop of all mobile phones' thermal effects (S.A.R.) once the patch is applied. The conversation quality is not altered, nor the phone signal, as the technical process doesn't screen the waves emitted by the phone.

"As technological advancements progress, electronic devices, computers and wireless devices become more prominent in our daily lives. Because of our dependency on them we are oblivious to the potential negative side effects that these devices could generate," explains Michel Poignant, President and CEO of Yackie Telecom Inc. "Out of concern for the health of our consumers it is our commitment to try to contribute to the safe evolution of technology and humanity." Yackie Telecom Inc will donate a portion of the proceeds from Yackie Safe to a foundation that will be created in honor of the late Dr. Josefina Coen who recently p
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