Kevin Mottus is a community leader with extensive experience in social work.
As a professional in social work, Kevin strives to improve the lives and overall well being of individuals, families, and other groups within the community. These efforts are completed through:
- Human Rights
- Social Justice
- Respect for Diversity
- Disaster Management
- Community Development
- Public Health and Safety
- And Beyond
Throughout his professional career, Kevin Mottus has demonstrated an avid concern for public health and safety in the following areas:
Dangers caused by cell phone use
Numerous doctors and scientists from all around the world have begun making a connection to cell phone use and cancer. In 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a part of the World Health Organization, reported that a person’s chance of developing cancer doubles after ten years of using a cell phone for a minimum of thirty minutes a day.
Dangers caused by Wi-Fi Devices in Schools
In recent years, a rising number of governments have started to ban or warn against the use of Wi-Fi in schools. This is due to numerous studies along with expert scientists and doctors proposing we take a precautionary approach to exposing children to the potential dangers of radiation emitted from wireless internet devices. Studies in schools across the nation have noted that children are developing symptoms of illness while in school that they are not noticing during the weekend or when they are away from a Wi-Fi connection.
These symptoms have included things like:
- heart palpitations
- foggy vision
- and more
The final major concern Kevin Mottus has related to radiation emitted from wireless devices is the ever growing number of cell towers popping up in major cities all across the globe. As cell towers cover larger and larger areas, radiation emissions from these devices will become harder and harder to avoid, leaving the public exposed to severe health risks that they may not even be aware of (as you can’t see, smell or touch the electromagnetic radiation).
Because of this Kevin Mottus has dedicated much of his time and efforts to raising awareness and educating the public on these important issues. Learn how to get involved by visiting his website: http://kevinmottus.com/get-involved/.