Charities are one of the most benevolent ways of uplifting the less fortunate in society. I was in the back garden on a sunny day, trying to find a school without wifi and continuing my research into the health effects, using a wifi laptop, when I realised – wow this technology is amazing; it’s coming through brick walls, just like xrays.
We aspire to meet the healthcare needs of an ageing population with multiple chronic conditions, reduce the growing burden of preventable chronic disease, deliver convenient and affordable health services and improve consumer engagement in health care.
Dixit is part of a group of female high school students lobbying for safety standards to be tightened since microwave radiation from WiFi and cell phones is now considered a Class 2B Possible Carcinogen on the World Health Organization’s Cancer watch list, and children are exposed to it daily at school.
Even a few years of education was enough to make a difference in how healthy a person believed themselves to be. And though disparity in education level and reported health status exists in every state, there are some places where it’s particularly strong.
FPH members, as part of the leading professional body for public health specialist in the UK, provide sterling service at local and national levels, promoting effective preventative measures to reduce the risk of people developing dementia, and advocating for a more dementia friendly society.