What Readers Say
After reading this book I found the information so compelling, that I decided to make some immediate changes. I highly recommend this book.”
Thank you to Dr. Crofton for spending the time creating such a book! I have ordered copies for all the people I care about to read.
As I unplugged more myself, I was sleeping much better and had more energy.
it is extremely informative and I highly recommend it, especially if you are just beginning to look into how and why EMF exposure could be harmful.
There is an urgency in educating humans to reduce this invisible danger in their lives. This book serves this purpose.
What Experts Say
“There are cardiac and cancer risks – this is the greatest medical threat of our time. I highly recommend Dr Crofton’s ground-breaking book. It is well-researched and informative. All forms of pollution impair our health, and the electro-pollution arising from the proliferation of wireless technology has greatly added to this burden. The effects can go unnoticed among even the best health professionals. We need to educate them. This is why I also recommend Dr Crofton’s book to other physicians.”
– Stephen Sinatra, MD, Cardiologist
“Signals from cell phones reach more deeply into children’s thinner skulls and smaller brains. This book is a wake-up call with solutions.”
– Devra Davis, PhD, Nobel co-laureate and author of Disconnect: The Truth About Cell Phone Radiation
Swedish neuro-oncologist Leif Salford, MD has called the unregulated use of cell phones by 5 billion people worldwide “the largest human biological experiment ever.”
“Our health can be significantly compromised by the invisible radiation from cell phones, Wi-Fi and other electronic devices. A Wellness Guide For The Digital Age sounds the alert and more importantly offers solutions. I highly recommend it.”
– Carolyn Dean MD ND
“We don’t feel this radiation and we think it’s not doing anything, but it’s a very potent biological agent and government safety standards are irrelevant. There is enough evidence to link this exposure to increased risk of cancer and therefore of a need to limit our exposure, especially of children.”
– Martin Blank, PhD, Columbia University