January 30, 2017, Olga Sheean presented an opus-like, 57-page report “Setting the standard for a wireless world of harm,” a call for action and accountability  to the United Nations for whom she worked at one time until, unfortunately, she became electromagnetically hypersensitive (EHS). She worked at UNAIDS, the joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS under a contract with the World Health Organization (WHO).
Ms. Sheean’s impressive report highlights frustrating topics surrounding microwave technology: Industry Infiltration; Intentional Ignorance; Denial of Science; Disregard for Humanity and What Needs to Happen.
With everyone’s current infatuation with, and addiction to, ‘smart’ phones and ‘smart’ gadgets of all sorts, which in fact emit microwave radiation waves—specifically non-thermal waves which cause health harms, we now live in an inconceivable sea of microwave radiation affecting all bodily organs. No one is more vulnerable to those penetrating waves than developing fetuses, infants, toddlers and children until around the age of 20, when their brains have become fully developed.
This graphic depicts the penetration of 900 MHz microwaves into the human brain. Compare the absorption rates for a 5 year old; a 10 year old; and an adult.
Even though cell phones are unsafe, and a “live” cell phone should never be worn on your body, there is another high tech ‘indispensable’ everyone seems to think he/she can’t live without access to—Wi-Fi, which is tremendously dangerous since most employees are exposed to it at their workplace up to 8 hours a day, and children are saturated daily by Wi-Fi in classrooms. Wi-Fi can be made safe by having it hard wired rather than transmitted by router, which some think financially is not economical or practical for employers and schools; however, it provides a safer, microwave radiation-free environment.
Wi-Fi really becomes more health-challenging when travelers are exposed to it while traveling in an airplane. Read what a retired airline pilot has to say about Wi-Fi in the cabin. Furthermore, passengers don’t know if their heads are directly below a Wi-Fi transmitter sending out gigahertz wave lengths. See my article “Boeing Used Potatoes Instead of People To Test Its Wi-Fi.”
WiFi transmitters are being placed in the ceiling of the aircraft cabin and their locations are not being indicated or marked so passengers know whether or not their head is directly underneath one. On a long flight, the radiation from close proximity to a transmitter could exceed a safe tolerance. If a passenger has a baby on his/her lap, the danger is even more significant. 
–Retired airline pilot, Pg. 41
There may be no such thing as “safe tolerance”!
By the way, Wi-Fi in the sky, chemtrails and the TSA’s groping are my reasons for not flying anymore!
Ms. Sheean shares a most poignant remark by a parent who lost his daughter to a brain tumor. I cannot impress upon readers the importance of getting out from under the addiction to cell and iPhones. It’s just as bad an addiction, in my opinion, as smoking and alcohol-dependency according to the demographics that are stacking up from independent research studies.
In a world where a drug cannot be launched without proof that it is safe, where the use of herbs and natural compounds available to all since early Egyptian times are now questioned, their safety subject to the deepest scrutiny, where a new food cannot be launched without prior approval, the idea that we can use mobile telephony, including masts, and introduce WiFi and mobile phones without restrictions around our 5-year olds is double-standards gone mad. I speak just not as an editor and scientist that has looked in depth at all the research, but as a father that lost his beloved daughter to a brain tumour. 
–Chris Woollams, Editor, Integrated Cancer and Oncology News, CEO, CANCERactive, Pg. 45
British physician Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe  is one of the growing numbers of physicians who is speaking out about the health dangers of microwave technology, especially non-thermal wave adverse health effects, aka electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) or idiopathic environmental intolerance (IEI).
I have been contacted on a daily basis by individuals with EHS, medical practitioners, school and parent groups, legal representatives, the media and political bodies looking for medical advice on EHS of the health effects of EMF in general. This is an increasingly demanding task and therefore I have founded a medical doctors’ organization entitled PHIRE (Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment) in order to increase the available support for those requesting it. 
–Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe (http://phiremedical.org/), Pg. 47
The information about microwave technology health harms may not be welcome news or something those who are dependent upon it for all types of interactions probably want to hear and/or be reminded about.
However, let me share one story I know of a young woman in her early 30s who used to carry her live cell phone in the pocket of her “cargo pants.” Long story short, her cancerous tumor was in the very spot on her leg where her live cell phone resided in her pant leg pocket! If only she knew, she never would have carried a live cell phone on her body. Too late now! Ask yourself: How really important is it to know every moment of the day what someone else is doing, feeling or thinking? Especially when the technology that provides such entertainment really is not safe and there seemingly are no intentions to make it safe.
As a retired healthcare professional, I think that’s something everyone ought to factor into their use of microwave technologies wherever you find them: cell phones, Wi-Fi, routers, baby monitors, wearable ‘smart’ tracking jewelry, sports gadgets or anything that monitors, sends or receives voice, photos or data operating on or in close proximity to your body. What happens when you become EHS; life certainly is not fun, for you become sensitive to all those gadgets—and more—you just couldn’t live without but, ultimately, have to abandon in order to get some relief? Would you be willing, or even forced, to move to Green Bank, West Virginia, to find relief ?
We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years.
It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries.
–David Rockefeller, 1991 Bilderberg Meeting, Baden, Germany