TRC #408 – 8 Glasses Of Water A Day + 2016 Celebrity Deaths + Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

8-glasses-of-water_blueDarren explores the idea that you should drink eight glasses of water a day to stay hydrated and healthy, Cristina looks at whether 2016 has been atypically bad for celebrity deaths and Adam checks into whether cell phones cause cancer.

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8 Glasses of Water A Day

Dartmouth

Snopes

Celebrity Deaths in 2016

Time: Celebrity Death Theories

Daily Mail: 2016 really IS a bad year for celebrity deaths…but 2010 was worse, study reveals

Gizmodo: Is 2016 Really a Bizarrely Bad Year for Celebrity Deaths? Here’s the Data to Prove It

BBC: Why so many celebrities have died in 2016

Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

Can you hear me now – Scientific American  

Cellular Phones – National Cancer Institute

Cell Phones and Cancer Risk Fact Sheet – National Cancer Institute

 

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One Response to TRC #408 – 8 Glasses Of Water A Day + 2016 Celebrity Deaths + Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

  1. Karen says:

    Check out the Mar 24 issue if The Current for coverage on a new study of the health risks of cellphones. A study of rats demonstrated a link btwn EMFs and brain tumour growth. The Current’s test of cellphones used against the body demonstrated that the cellphone radiation is above acceptable limits. An Edmonton NeuroOtologist shares his clinical experience in finding more instances of the types of cancer caused by EMFs, and that these cancers are occuring in younger populations.

    I have read the book by Devra Davis on EMF exposure risks. And, I am one of “those people” who have emf sensitivity. For example, my hands burn and itch when holding a cell.

    More credence needs to be placed on existing research.

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