Being around Wi-Fi can disrupt melatonin production, which can impact your sleep.
Studies also show that women who have disrupted sleep (often due to low melatonin levels) have a higher risk of breast cancer.
Distance is your friend when it comes to EMF exposure so try to stay away from Wi-Fi routers and cell towers and never put your phone against your body (skin or head!).
She also told us about the MRI cell phone study with Dr. Lisa Bailey. She studied women who carried their cells phone in their sports bras. On breast MRI imaging, the women who ended up with breast cancer had tumors that mimicked the pattern of their phones.
August suggests we download books and movies and then watch in airplane mode to reduce exposure.
Dr. Connealy is leading a cancer prevention revolution that focuses on treating the patient with the disease and not the disease of the patient while determining the origin of the illness. She is the author of The Cancer Revolution, which has revolutionized the cancer treatment landscape.
We had a riveting discussion about the fact that the death rate from cancer hasn't changed in the last 50 years.
I find that statement shocking. Millions of dollars are invested yearly in cancer research; how could it be possible that the death rate from cancer hasn't changed?
In her book, Dr. C. cites a Japanese study that found that we have more than 75 million cancer cells in our body at any given time, and usually, our immune system keeps these cells in check. But when the immune system becomes compromised over a long period, these cells can begin to multiply.
Dr. C. also shared that there are over 10 RX written for every man, woman, and child in the US.
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