News & International Research
The public health community is beginning to speak out about an issue that was once taboo.
The health risks of the radiation emitted by cell phones are getting their consciousness
as proven scientific facts.
Even the cellular industry and government officials who still deny such risks are issuing precautions to ease public concerns.
The following articles and links show the potentially adverse health effects of electromagnetic radiation and emphasize the need to use counter measures, especially for children and teenagers who are five times more exposed to those potential human health risks while they using their cellphone intensively to communicate and listen to their favorite music.
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The latest news:
Congressman Calls For Federal Cell Phone Radiation Warnings
Italy's Supreme Court rules: "mobile phones can cause brain tumors"
The court's decision link between a business executive's brain tumor and his heavy mobile phone usage. This legal precedent could potentially trigger further lawsuits.
Cell phone radiation does harm your baby and may cause hyperactivity.
Yale School of Medicine researchers have looked at the possible effects on fetuses of mobile phone use by pregnant mothers. According to the study, mobile phone radiation exposure in the womb can affect the brain development of offspring and potentially lead to behavioral disorders such as hyperactivity.
According to new research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences - radiofrequency field generated by your cell phone, causes brain tissue to heat up.
David Gultekin, Ph.D., a researcher at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, says this proves your brain is absorbing radiation from your cell phone. This can increase your risk for brain cancer.
PNAS (PNAS, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) published on Jan. 2, 2013 an article where scientists were able to measure temperature distribution in brain.
"..Monitoring temperature changes in brain exposed to cell phone radiation…"