The prevailing view that non-ionizing cell phone radiation can not cause DNA damage was first challenged academically with a theory Penn State published titled, DNA and the Microwave Effect, January 20, 2001. New studies on (ROS) Oxygen Species Production and RF, proves Penn State theory correct and cell phone radiation does cause DNA...
Part two of a two-part radio program about the health effects from exposure to radiation from cellphones and other wireless devices. Includes safety tips and policy recommendations. Dr. Joel Moskowitz is interviewed by Tonya Mandich of the Calvary Radio Network (50 minutes total run time). Click here for Part 1
...Cell Phone Radiation
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...Cell Phone Radiation
RF Safe Is The Future Of Safe Wireless Communication!
In order to minimize the potential risks of biological effects associated with cell phone radiation, exposure limits and guidelines have been established. Even though there are exposure limits and administrative control levels, we strive to keep our radiation exposure well...Cell Phone Radiation
Final Work, Assembly & Research; Geet Duggal
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Effects of Low Level Radiation on Genetic Material
Site 1- Genetics and Radiation Physics
Site 2 - The Microwave Effect
The Microwave Effect
History of theories
Reconsidering the theories
Site 3 - (Really Detailed...Cell Phone Radiation
Cell Phone Cancer Link
Cell phones didn't really begin to happen until 1973. According to Wikipedia, during that year, a Motorola executive made an experimental phone call to Bell Labs — named after the inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell (this is a shoutout, ya'll) — using a handheld device. Although some may argue...
It’s an all too familiar: children, some as young as 5 yrs old, spending an exorbitant amount of time being exposed to cell phone radiation. What may not be as familiar, and therefore go unnoticed, is the sight of children who are suffering and sick from cancer, specifically brain cancer. Australia has noticed and is very concerned...
Reassessment of cell phone SAR levels testing
Scientific research to date has not demonstrated adverse human health effects of exposure to radio-frequency (RF) energy from mobile phone use, but research is ongoing that may increase understanding of any possible effects. In addition, officials from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)...Cell Phone Radiation
Reported Biological Effects From Non-Ionizing Radio-frequency RF Radiation
Low Level RF Radiation Health Concern
The following studies indicate biological effects at cell phone rf radiation exposure levels which are far below what can be explained by "thermal effects", and well within the range people are commonly exposed to every day...Cell Phone Radiation
Cell phone health hazards - Updated
Hobart, Tas – Since 2011, when the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified cell phone radiation as a possible human carcinogen, a number of important developments that strengthens the IARC ruling have recently occurred. These developments strongly suggest that it is now time...Cell Phone Radiation
Cell Phone Cancer
The studies and survey conducted by Australian Health Research Institute indicates that due to billions of times more in volume electromagnetic radiation emitted by billions of mobile phones, internet, intranet and wireless communication data transmission will make almost one-third of world population (about two...Cell Phone Radiation
UPDATE:2014 Scientists End 13 Year Debate Proving Non-ionizing RF Microwave Effect Causes Cell Phone Radiation DNA Damage
The prevailing view that non-ionizing cell phone radiation can not cause DNA damage was first challenged academically with a theory Penn State published titled, DNA and the Microwave Effect, January 20, 2001. New...