Um, should we be worried about radiation from out computers if now all these companies are making New York Times approved antiradiation shields for pregnant women? Should computers come with warning labels?
From the New York Times (small item in Sunday Times, also from the Gadgetwise blog):
read more here.
Belly Armor, based in Singapore and New York, makes blankets and T-shirts for expectant mothers from a conductive textile made of fibers and metal. This creates a barrier much like a Faraday cage, a metal enclosure that protects those inside it from radiation.The idea is to neutralize environmental radiation before it reaches the fetus.
Belly Armor is available online and in stores in Asia, and will appear next month in some maternity boutiques in the United States.