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'Radiation Rescue: 4 Steps to Safeguard Your Family from the Other Inconvenient Truth - The Health Hazards of Wireless Technology'

MOBILE PHONE ALERT: Evidence and recommendations from scientists and physicians on electro-magnetic radiation (EMR)

VICTORIA, British Columbia, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Prominent researchers around the world are raising the alarm about the adverse health effects of wireless technology. Today there are 4 billion cell phones in the world, and these and the other devices we use every day -- PDAs, Wi-Fi, cordless phones, baby monitors and more -- are immersing us in a type of harmful radiation our cells have never encountered before in human history.

As Dr. Kerry Crofton, a health educator and concerned parent, reveals in her latest book, "Radiation Rescue" (published by iUniverse), the jury is no longer out ... there are thousands of studies showing adverse biological effects. In "Radiation Rescue," Dr. Crofton brings together, for the first time, the evidence and advice from an international panel of leading scientists, physicians and EMR technicians who tell consumers everything they need to know about how to protect themselves and their families. Children and young people are especially vulnerable. The good news: there are safer ways to use these high-tech devices.

The book also offers detailed information and healing interventions for EMR-related health conditions, including the growing incidence of electro-sensitivity. There are surprising connections between EMR and insomnia, infertility, cancers, Alzheimer's disease, and even Autism Spectrum Disorders.

"Radiation Rescue" is the cornerstone of a consumer education program, founded by Dr. Crofton, which will be delivered internationally in conjunction with the book's contributing experts. Read more at

About the Author

Kerry Crofton has a doctorate in health psychology, and 30 years of professional experience including a clinical practice, corporate training, a newspaper column and co-producing a health-related television program. Her first book was "The Healthy Type A: Good News For Go-Getters" (Macmillan, 1998). Dr. Crofton is the director of WellBeing International and founder of Radiation Rescue, an organization committed to educating people around the world about this serious public health issue, and the science-based solutions.

"Radiation Rescue: 4 Steps to Safeguard Your Family from the Other Inconvenient Truth - The Health Hazards of Wireless Technology"

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iUniverse offers a variety of publishing services to help individuals publish, market and sell fiction, poetry and nonfiction books. The company utilizes print-on-demand technology, and is one of the largest self-publishing companies in the U.S. iUniverse is based in Bloomington, Indiana.

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