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Researchers at the University of Exeter in the UK found a small but consistent drop in sperm quality in men's sperm that had been exposed to cell phone radiation. This finding could throw some light into understanding the global drop in sperm count.
That slick new smartphone you've been eyeing could end up damaging your brain or even giving you cancer later in life. This is according to data compiled for a powerful infographic on mobile phone use, which pins electromagnetic radiation emitted
Twelve leading public health and consumer groups are calling on the U.S. government to review the current outdated and inadequate wireless safety standards to better protect both young people and adults from electromagnetic field exposures (EMF) from
The Hindu Recent research papers in the encyclopaedia of Environmental Health have said that no study has concretely proved that cell phone radiation can cause irreparable damage to health...Mustafah Recent studies contradict the view that emissions
22 August 2013 0 View comments Parents appear to be using the handsets as babysitting devices to keep children entertained at home or on long journeys Health campaigners have warned of a ticking time-bomb' after it was claimed that a million children
children, some as young as nine, spending an exorbitant amount of time on cell phones. 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.
Saturday 29 June 2013 Last Update 29 June 2013 12:03 am The proliferation of mobile phone-related technology has led to an explosion of its usage with people all over the world increasingly getting hooked to it. There has been a raging debate
Cell phone radiation standards, currently set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), do not protect the public from the adverse health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) emitted by cell phones...The recently published 2012
In response to the studies and research findings uncovering the potential dangers associated with using cell phones, i.e., radiation exposure in the form of electromagnetic fields, an Ohio congressman has stepped forward. Congressman Dennis Kucinich (
Many of us do, and it's been 15 years since the Federal Communications Commission set a limit on how much low-level radiation cell phone users are exposed to. It's time for a new look at both that limit and the technique used to test for it,