Written  evidence presented to MPs in December 2017 to the Early Years Inquiry submitted by Dr Sarah Starkey, MSc (Neuropharmacology), PhD (Neuroscience)

‘Evidence-base for the link between adverse childhood experiences and long-term negative outcomes. Wireless radiofrequency signals, such as those from mobile phones, tablet computers, Wi-Fi transmitters, or body-worn devices (below the current ICNIRP exposure guidelines, as followed in the UK) can have adverse biological effects which can damage development or have serious long-term negative outcomes. Evidence is provided below from human and animal studies for effects on development during pregnancy, effects on children and young people, on brain development, fertility and increased risk of cancers’ Early_Years_Inquiry_EY10062