By Nina Beety
The American Heart Association’s mission statement is
To build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Yet, AHA fails to warn the public about serious, life-threatening cardiac impacts from wireless radiation exposure.
These risks include heart rhythm disturbances, heart tumors, cardiac arrest, as well as red blood cell clumping, high blood pressure, and stroke. Its only advisory — about pacemakers and ICDs — advises keeping cell phones 6” away from pacemakers/ICDs and out of pockets next to them, but claims cell phones are a “very small risk” to ICDs and “even less of a risk” to pacemakers.
Why the silence? AT&T and IBM sit on the American Heart Association CEO Roundtable advisory board, and have also likely contributed substantial dollar and in-kind donations to AHA.
How could the AHA say nothing when the National Toxicology Program research showed heart tumors after only two years of exposure? Yet, it did not.
Heart rhythm disturbances including Afib are increasing – no surprise. This is a common effect from microwave radiation exposure, which is rapidly rising. Yet, AHA fails to warn the public about this very common risk factor. Heart rhythm disturbances are frightening and can be extremely dangerous.
Untreated atrial fibrillation doubles the risk of heart-related deaths and is associated with a 5-fold increased risk for stroke. — American Heart Association
Solutions can be very simple and cheap. But with no information and no investigation, the public undertakes expensive and risky medications and surgical procedures. Incidentally, pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers also sit on the CEO Roundtable advisory board.
Calling AHA’s 800 number and speaking with an AHA spokeperson confirmed there are no advisories.
Instead, AHA acts as a cheerleader. It has launched the My Cardiac Coach app “designed to be a personalized recovery toolkit on your smart phone”, ensuring more microwave exposure with
– Trustworthy information from experts of the American Heart Association
— Interactive lessons to help you learn what you need to know
— Progress monitors for tracking blood pressure and weight
— Tools for logging physical activity and managing medications
— Connections to other survivors through our support network
AHA additionally encourages cellphone use and publishes “studies” in its Journal that cellphones can assist in healthy lifestyles. This is all advertising for wireless tech and the toxic “Internet of Things.”
Bizarrely, AHA explains on its website that heart function is controlled by electrical energy, but omits all mention that the heart, neurological system, and entire body are constantly and increasingly bombarded with pulsed microwave radiation, exposed to high electromagnetic radiation fields from common household appliances, and surrounded by artificial low frequency EMF from electrical wiring.
The American Heart Association is a huge organization and considered a reliable source, but it is violating its mission, betraying the public’s trust, and causing great and avoidable harm.
On the CEO Roundtable:
The CEO Roundtable members have collectively pledged to:
Serve as role models in taking positive steps toward healthy living.
Disseminate AHA research and other evidence-based outcomes on the science of workplace health among employers and employees.
Incorporate innovative technologies that help employees build, monitor and maintain healthy lifestyle habits.
Promote AHA’s Life’s Simple 7 as an evidence-based common standard for tracking heart health.
Recognize companies that build a culture of health and improved health outcomes for their workforce.
Amplify a clear call to action for other CEOs to take action in their own companies and communities.
See also the Powell memo