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‘A Subtle Addiction – Attacking the Y Generation’ - New Book by Peter & Lynn McIntosh Begs the Question "Is an Ipad, Kindle or Smart Phone a Safe Gift or a Potential Radiation Cancer Risk this Holiday Season?"
Date:12/12/2012

Los Angeles California (PRWEB) December 12, 2012

The stores are decked out with bright lights, decorations and attractive posters encouraging patrons to buy a more powerful Smart Phone, the latest wireless stereo headset or Bluetooth earpiece. There are no warnings on the promotional literature about the radiation risks, maybe a small sentence buried in some instruction manuals about holding the phone 1 inch away from the ear or restricting the use of the earpiece or headset to short times. Consumers rarely read these booklets because they are familiar with the products, truck drivers need both hands, so they blithely place an item against their ear canal for hours and then wonder why they are suffering the Hot Ear Syndrome from the radiated heat generated. In more and more cases the heat becomes a headache or worse still a brain tumor, eye or saliva gland cancer.

As can be seen in the ‘A Subtle Addiction’ ebook, a number of well-known and highly respected scientists, doctors and neurosurgeons have experiences with cases or patients suffering from these sad degenerative diseases. They present compelling evidence pointing at the microwaves emitted from many increasingly powerful wireless devices as the most likely cause for these illnesses. When a globally respected body like the World Health Organization declares the cell phone a possible carcinogen, there is a need to read this book and see just what else has been revealed.

The authors are encouraging everyone contemplating these exciting but potentially harmful gifts to first consider buying the book to see how that gift should be now considered, and if it can in fact be offered in a form that is safe to the receiver.

The question on many lips - is it worth the risk? What protection is ava
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