Category Archives: Consumer Health

All Eyes on Port Hope

(Nov. 21, 2010) In a recent essay, CBC Sunday Edition host Michael Enright talks about Energy Probe’s belief that the radiation fears dogging residents of Port Hope are unfounded. Continue reading

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Portable Breast Scanner

(Nov. 20, 2010) The portable breast scanner is designed to detect breast cancer with the help of radio-frequency technology that identifies contrasts between normal and cancerous breast tissues.

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Port Hope: Radioactive rhetoric

(Nov. 18, 2010) Editorial from the Toronto Star on the controversy surrounding anti-nuclear activist Dr. Helen Caldicott’s speech about Port Hope’s radiation levels. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: The scan that cures

(Nov. 06, 2010) CT scans may not just detect ­cancer, they may actually prevent it. Continue reading

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Rejecting the good news

(Jun. 19, 2010) The massive Interphone cellphone study released earlier this year dismissed its own work because it failed to prove what researchers were looking for, namely, evidence of adverse effects of cellphones. Also rejected was evidence in their research that showed cellphones may reduce brain-tumour risk. The Interphone researchers may well have missed the real story in their work because they didn’t want to see it. Continue reading

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Personal radiation protection for pregnant woman

(May 25, 2010) Belly Armor by RadiaShield was designed to protect a pregnant woman and her child in the womb from electromagnetic radiation emitted from consumer devices such as cell phones, laptops, and microwave ovens. Belly Armor products are made of RadiaShield fabric, a woven fabric made of 82% silver fiber. It works by neutralizing electromagnetic waves. Continue reading

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Dielectric Portal Technology – Whole Body Imager

(Jan. 25, 2010) The dielectric portal technology uses microwave energy to interrogate a passenger to detect the presence of metallic or nonmetallic objects. This scanner measures dielectric constant of a human body surface by means of the determination of the reflection coefficient of microwave radiation. Continue reading

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