The FCC request for comments on a review of cellphone radiation regulations generated more than 950 submissions -- most calling for stronger safety regulation. Many cite research that finds the 18 yr old guidelines outdated, not applicable to woman and children, and more importantly dangerous to humans at under current acceptable FCC exposure levels.
Berkeley city officials are drafting a measure that will require cell phone retailers to put labels on packaging warning consumers that wireless devices could emit cancer-causing levels of radiation. Officials said the ordinance's language will be drafted in a way that complies with the First Amendment, after a similar effort in San Francisco was defeated
A Royal Decree is showing the world that America is lagging far behind with respect to establishing proper safety regulations to protect its population (especially young children) from a greedy monolithic wireless industry. Click here to see just how bad America has lost the checks and balances between the government agencies design to protect the
According to RF Safe, Hawaii could be first state to require by law that consumers are made aware of potentially dangerous cell phone radiation emissions from wireless devices with cell phone radiation warning labels. According to RF Safe, Hawaii could be first state to require by law that consumers are made aware of potentially dangerous
RF Safe announces concerns over millions of children using smart phones around the world without understanding the health risk of cancer from exposure to cell phone radiation. Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) December 27, 2013 RF Safe Cell Phone Radiation Safety RF Safe is concerned that the general public is not aware of the
Start the New Year off healthy by taking the necessary steps to limit risk from cell phone radiation exposure. RF Safe wants cell phone users to make it their new year’s resolution to protect themselves and love-ones from potentially hazardous microwave radiation. Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) December 23, 2013 Healthy habits are on everyone’s top
In Response to New Research RF Safe Suggests an Air-tube Headset for Parents Buying Smartphones for Children. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2013 The French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health, ANSES, announced today the results of a two-year review by an expert Working Group of the scientific research on the risks related
Cell phones emit a dangerous non-ionizing form of electromagnetic radiation; radiation which can be absorbed by the tissues and cells which come into close contact with the phone, e.g., the head and neck. Scientific studies in the past have produced conflicting results; however, more recent studies working with long term exposure, (ten years or more),
Posted on Dr.Oz FaceBook FanPage [12/6/2013 10:27:56 PM] John Coates: Dr. Oz, Thank you for covering the topic of cell phones and breast cancer on your show today. However, when reading several syndication's about your show - many media outlets are suggesting that using a wired hands free headset as a good way to reduce
Can Cell Phones Cause Cancer ? IEEE Spectrum By Kenneth R. Foster, University of Pennsylvania & John E. Moulder, Medical College of Wisconsin August, 2000 A driver using a wireless telephone might be worried about having an accident, even while being reassured that if one were to happen, he or she could call for help.
Cell Phones May Damage Nerves In The Scalp Reuters Journalist: Amy Norton August 15, 2000 As cellular phones become ubiquitous, their status as a possible health threat--either as a distraction to drivers or a potential cause of brain tumors--is gaining more attention. Now, investigators say there is evidence that cell phones may damage nerves in
Cell Phones: We Need More Testing Business Week Journalist: Norm Alster August 14, 2000 Back in the early 1980s, there were 35 researchers at the Environmental Protection Agency exploring the biological effects of radiation from cell phones and other devices. But by 1987, budget cuts had shut the program down. Since then, the Federal Communications