Event on October 1: The Wireless Revolution, 5G and Your Health

Posted on by Paula Gallagher

National Integrated Health Associates (NIHA) is hosting an informative talk with Theodora Scarato, Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust, about the effects of wireless technology on your health. She will explain 5G, cell phone radiation, the state of the science, and what every person can do to protect themselves. 5G promises to make your life happier, but is there a downside? Now that over 800,000 new cell towers are scheduled to be built in neighborhoods, hundreds of scientists are calling to halt 5G due to a growing body of published research showing harmful effects. A groundswell of awareness is evolving in the United States. Internationally, entire countries have moved to reduce exposure and many European regions are taking action on 5G. Date: October 1, 2019 Time: 6:30- 7:30 p.m. Place: National Integrated Health Associates 5225 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Suite 402 Washington, D.C. 20015 Speaker: Theodora Scarato, MSW, Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust To register for this seminar click here. Theodora Scarato was a guest on our radio show, Essentials of Healthy Living, on June 9, 2019, speaking on the topic of Health Concerns around Cell Phones, Wireless Devices and 5G Network Technology. Click here to listen. Theodora Scarato, MSW, is executive director of Environmental Health Trust, a scientific think tank that publishes research, develops educational resources and briefs policymakers worldwide on environmental health issues. Scarato has long worked on children’s environmental health issues in the schools and was instrumental in the Prince George’s County School System move to address lead contamination in drinking water, and in the Maryland State Advisory Council on Children's Environmental Health Protection's move to issue recommendations to reduce electromagnetic radio frequency (EMF) exposures in the school setting. She presented at the recent U.S. medical conference on EMFs. Scarato has lectured at NIH and internationally on policy regarding children’s health and electromagnetic radiation. Her latest publication is on how to reduce electromagnetic exposures in buildings. More info is at ehtrust.org. Photo from here, with thanks.