Turn It Off 4 Kids

184 Signatures Goal: 5,000

We the undersigned fully support the National Association for Children and Safe Technology's Turn It Off 4 Kids Initiative.


We are calling on major health/wellness and cancer prevention organizations to make children's exposure to wireless radiation in educational settings an immediate priority for 2015 by taking the following actions:


1. Call for all new school technology to be hardwired.

2. Call to replace existing wireless technology systems with hardwired systems.

3. Call for the implementation of primary prevention efforts such as educating the public about simple steps to reduce exposure, especially in regards to children and pregnant women.

4. Educate their organization's members and audience on this issue by emails, informational web pages, updated materials, and all other means possible.

Information on the Turn It Off 4 Kids Initiative can be found here:
http://www.nacst.org/nacst-turn-it-off-4-kids.html

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February 19
Children have a basic need and right to be protected from exposure to wireless radiation. Schools should be low risk environments ~ not high risk!
  • USAKingI Food4ThawT
    USAKingI Food4ThawT United States, Mesquite
    May 05, 2017
    May 05, 2017
    Interview with Lena Pu, NACST Environmental Consultant on wireless radiation and understanding 5G & Now Even More Health Devastating Higher Frequency Millimeter Waves.
  • Veronica Zrnchik
    Veronica Zrnchik United States, Schererville
    Aug 15, 2016
    Aug 15, 2016
    Please heed the warnings from thsoe who know and have no specila interest in shoving carcinogens into our children's enviornment. Please help save them.
  • Melinda McComb
    Melinda McComb United States, Santa Cruz
    Mar 02, 2016
    Mar 02, 2016
    Turn It Off 4 Kids, and Turn It Off at Night too- it isn't any nharder than turning off a light before you go to bed.
  • Joel Spry
    Joel Spry Australia, Adelaide
    Feb 02, 2016
    Feb 02, 2016
    '..a mass of research showing links between excessive screen-time and obesity, sleep disorders, aggression, poor social skills, depression and academic under-achievement. It's little wonder, then, that the boom in iPads and smartphones has coincided with further deterioration in the physical and mental health of children of all ages'
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    USAKingI Food4ThawT United States
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    Sheila Resseger United States
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    Veronica Zrnchik United States
    11 months ago
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    Lance McKee United States
    11 months ago
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    Maryanne Marvin Nicolai United States
    1 year ago
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    Kym Shafer United States
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    Jeanine DEal United States
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    Jerald Davis United States
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    Jennifer McCarren United States
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    Melinda McComb United States
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    Jayne United Kingdom
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    Joel Spry Australia
    1 year ago
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    laura carmany United States
    2 years ago
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    Mario Fritz Switzerland
    2 years ago
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    Elena Brennan Australia
    2 years ago
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