Radiation Fears Drive Sales Of Protective Gear

by louabbott on May 23, 2007

InformationWeek – Published May 23, 2007

“Despite unavoidable uncertainty, current scientific data are consistent with the conclusion that public exposures to permissible RF [radio frequency] levels from mobile telephony and [Wi-Fi] base stations are not likely to adversely affect human health.”

That’s the conclusion of Gradient scientist Peter A. Valberg and World Health Organization scientists T. Emilie van Deventer and Michael H. Repacholi, as stated in a research paper in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Health Perspectives in March.

However, that unavoidable uncertainty turns out to be a sufficiently sturdy foundation to build a business in RF protection gear. Business is healthy and growing at Less EMF, which sells anti-radiation items such as Skin-Blok (adhesive microwave shielding), a shielded cell phone holster, a low EMF (electromagnetic field) desktop telephone, and a variety of shielded fabrics, to name a few.

“More people are becoming aware,” said Emil DeToffol, CEO of the 11-year-old online and retail businesses. “More people are becoming concerned. More people are becoming ill.”

Read the entire article at InformationWeek

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