Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Electromagnetic Fields Can Affect Pregnant Women’s Babies

electro-pregnantA study published in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine strapped monitors to pregnant women to measure their exposure to low-frequency electromagnetic fields. These are fields generated by everything from power lines, microwave ovens, computers, hair dryers and vacuum cleaners.

The researchers followed the children over their first 13 years and found that those born to mothers with the highest levels of exposure were three times as likely to have asthma as kids whose moms had the lowest exposure.

(Reported Time, August 15, 2011)

So… one option you have to prevent being affected by electromagnetic fields is to wear a QLink like I do (for other reasons besides being pregnant, LOL, such as, preventing the impact of cell phone radiation).

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I wear my Q-Link every day, Jerry gave me a special price (like this one), and since I work on the computer daily - I have noticed a major difference in my energy levels. I can understand why Golfers use it for concentration, but I really understand how it helps the HEALTH of the individual and obviously their unborn fetus. I have to have mine, I think you should look into it!