Wednesday, March 11, 2015

"Wireless Radiation: What Scientists Know and You Don’t with Dr. Joel Moskowitz"

"I just listened to your radio interview. It is excellent." -- one of the world's leading scientists on electromagnetic radiation and health
"It was GREAT! I heard it last night." -- electromagnetic radiation safety advocate in U.S.

WBAI-FM (New York City), 8:00-9:00 PM EDT, Mar 10, 2015

Hosts: Doug and Patti Wood, Green Street Radio
Guest: Joel Moskowitz, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley

Cell phones, tablets, cordless phones, laptop computers, baby monitors and wireless routers have become so ubiquitous in our modern world we don’t even think about the fact that they all emit radio-frequency radiation, also called wireless radiation. If we could actually see wireless radiation in the air in the same way we see visible light, we’d see an increasingly dense web of electromagnetic smog that envelops us pretty much everywhere we go.

Dr. Joel Moskowitz is the Director and Principal Investigator of the Center for Family and Community Health at the University of California, Berkeley.  Visit his web site at

To listen to this 37 minute radio program:

Doug and Patti Wood, Green Street Radio