The Pampers Petition

Help Get the #1 Dumbest “Smart” Product Off the Market!

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How would you like it if we put a wireless antenna inside your pants?! Chances are, you wouldn’t like it one bit, especially if you knew that the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) recently completed a $30 million-dollar study that found “clear evidence” of cancer associated with exposure to wireless radiation.


Pampers recently launched its line of Lumi “smart” diapers which are equipped with a wireless-enabled sensor that can track when a diaper needs changing. If you think putting a wireless device on or near a baby’s reproductive system is wrong, please sign the petition to Pampers now and demand that they take their “smart” diapers off the market.

Let's Reduce Children's Exposure to Wireless Radiation!


Over the past several decades, independent researchers have published thousands of peer-reviewed scientific studies documenting serious adverse health impacts from exposure to wireless radiation, ranging from neurological and behavioral problems to cancer. (Some of those studies are available here for your review).


Companies selling “smart” tech products claim that their wireless devices meet all Federal Communications Commission (FCC) exposure limits, and while that may be true, the guidelines themselves are almost 25 years out of date and were never designed to protect children. In 2013, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) sent a formal letter to the FCC complaining that its wireless radiation exposure limits do not account for the unique physiological vulnerabilities of children, nor do they reflect current use patterns of wireless devices.


Dr. Hugh Taylor, the Chair of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences at the Yale School of Medicine encourages his patients and pregnant women to “do your best to keep your cell phone away from your baby” and mitigate exposure to wireless radiation whenever possible.


With that, please sign the petition demanding that Pampers take their “smart” Lumi diapers off the market. The science says that wireless antennas don’t belong near our babies’ reproductive systems!