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‘A Subtle Addiction – Attacking the Y Generation’ the New Book by Peter and Lynn McIntosh Discusses Cell Phone Radiation - are Parents Nuking their Kids this Christmas?
Date:12/10/2012

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) December 10, 2012

Mom and Dad are now facing one of the hardest decisions they will have to make about the health of their children through long term exposure to Microwave Radiation. The damning evidence clearly presented in the pages of the new E.Book by co-authors Peter and Lynn McIntosh, ‘A Subtle Addiction- Attacking the Y Generation’, , will challenge them to address the dangers of obsessive over use by children of their electronic toys and education aids. This ebook offers numerous videos from many creditable sources, and is supported by well researched and documented data from experts worldwide.
The emotional title in this on-line and downloadable ebook is targeting addiction and the Y Generation (those 8 – 28 year olds). Addiction is usually associated with drugs or smoking, but no, this is about an obsession that parents are either encouraging or turning a blind eye towards. The attraction for everyone with these devices has gone beyond toys and they are now - must have - items in almost every household. Parents disciplining their children now have the most effect when they confiscate for a time one of these items.

Forget grounding, just take away their often mindless communication device - the cell phone, which if the truth was known is rarely used for the purpose it was originally intended.
Or stop the use of the video game controllers and they will probably hear incredible tantrums that will have the neighbors contemplating calling 911 to report child abuse.

As if the pressures on parents weren’t already impressive, now they need to seriously consider how to change the habits of their offspring with their use of these wireless devices. As the book states time and again, the Electro Magnetic Radiation (EMR) or microwave signals
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