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domingo, 23 de diciembre de 2012

La Asociación Médica de Viena pide zonas libres de teléfonos celulares en lugares públicos


De Alex Swinkels, Alianza Internacional CEM, Países Bajos
06.12.2012 
Viena Medical Association pide zonas libres de teléfonos celulares en lugares públicos 
la gente necesita ser llevado a un uso consciente de la tecnología móvil.
Viena (OTS) - La Asociación Médica de Viena ha hecho un llamamiento para la creación zonas libres de teléfono celular - similares a las zonas libres de humo en los edificios públicos. Esto era necesario tanto para minimizar la exposición a la radiación y el otro para llevar al pueblo a un uso consciente de la tecnología móvil, dijo el Jefe de Medicina Ambiental de la Cámara Médica de Viena, Piero Lercher.
Sólo la sentencia del Tribunal Supremo italiano que demuestra que las llamadas con teléfonos móviles e inalámbricos puede causar una discapacidad del 80 por ciento, muestran claramente los riesgos relacionados con la salud. En su opinión, era "extremadamente grave", cuando la consulta médica y las recomendaciones fueron ignoradas, y la acción debe ser despertada por las decisiones judiciales.
No se discute que los teléfonos móviles se han establecido como una herramienta viable para hacer frente a muchas situaciones cotidianas, así como el sistema de alerta en situaciones de emergencia. "El teléfono móvil, es un compañero constante, incluso en la cama" , dijo Lercher, en situaciones cotidianas ya se puede ver un cierto "síndrome de abstinencia" en muchas personas cuando el teléfono  de repente ya no está.
 "Las dimensiones de este fenómeno de masas muestra lo importante que es el desarrollo de normas para un uso moderado y seguro de esta tecnología", dijo Lercher.
Desde la publicación de las "10 reglas médicas de telefonía móvil" Hace seis años, no ha perdido su actualidad. En este sentido,  Lercher insta a un cuidadoso uso de la tecnología móvil. También pide a la industria,  poner mayor énfasis en los teléfonos inalámbricos de baja radiación: "El que ha habido, pero ahora estaban fuera del mercado".

The Vienna Medical Association calls for cell phone free zones in public spaces

From Alex Swinkels, International EMF Alliance, Netherlands
(Google translation)
06.12.2012
Vienna Medical Association calls for cell phone free zones in public spaces
People need to be brought to a conscious use of mobile technology – recycling measures required
Vienna (OTS) – The Vienna Medical Association has called for the establishment of cell phone-free zones – similar to the smoke-free areas in public buildings. This was necessary in order both to minimize the radiation exposure and the other to bring the people to a conscious use of mobile technology, says the Head of Environmental Medicine at the Vienna Medical Chamber, Piero Lercher.
Just the judgment of the Italian High Court that excessive calls with mobile and cordless phones can cause an 80 percent disability, show clearly the related health risks. In his view, it was “extremely serious” when in health medical advice and recommendations were ignored, and action must be awakened by court decisions.
It was undisputed that mobile phones have been established as a viable tool to address many everyday situations, as well as alerting system in emergency situations. “The mobile phone but a constant companion, even in bed to make, goes much beyond the target,” said Lercher, in everyday situations can already see a certain “withdrawal symptoms” in many people when the phone once suddenly no longer there .
Moreover, according to Lercher intensification of recycling activities. He points out that in the production of mobile phones called “rare earth metals” and expensive raw materials were used. However, their production is extremely environmentally questionable: “Rare earths are sometimes even poisonous or is the habitat of many people poisoned, since the degradation is carried out with acids, wash the metals from the boreholes. Back then remains of poisoned mud. ”
Lercher proposes the implementation of a mobile deposit system, so as to prevent that cell phones would be stockpiled at home. “Sympathetic”, in his view, the idea of ​​Ö3 piñata (?), where the collection of old mobile phones and network devices to realize a ‘money is used for charitable purposes.
4.6 billion people use mobile
To substantiate the dangers of intense cellular and cordless telephony with studies, be problematic in that the follow-up period since the establishment of this global mass phenomenon is still too short. Lercher refers in this context to the fact that an estimated 4.6 billion people worldwide are registered as a user of a mobile device – and rising. “The dimensions of this mass phenomenon shows how important it is to develop rules for a moderate and safe use of this technology,” said Lercher.
Since publication of the “10 medical mobile phone rules” six years ago, they had not lost their topicality. In this sense, Lercher urges a careful use of mobile technology. He also calls but also by the industry, to place greater emphasis on low-radiation cordless phones: “The there have been, but they were now out of the market.”


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