Forbes magazine contributor, Niall McCarthy, was not correct when he stated that there was no conclusive scientific research on the impact of cell phone radiation.
He also didn’t include the fact that The World Health Organization classified cell phone radiation and other sources of wireless (WiFi) radiation as a Possible Carcinogen in 2011 AND that many scientists believe there is enough research that proves it should be re-classified as a Carcinogen.
He also didn’t mention that a 2011 study by the National Institutes of Health revealed that radiation increases the activity in brain cells after just 50 minutes on a mobile phone.
Lastly he didn’t mention that in 2012, researchers also determined that cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation disrupts the Blood-Brain Barrier which may cause it to leak.
The Forbes article is important, though, because it includes a list of which smartphones emit the most radiation for those who are concerned about this.
Over the years, in-depth articles about research on exposure to cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation and other sources of Electrical Pollution (Electrosmog) has been published by many media sources including GQ magazine and NBCNews.com.
If there was truly no reason to be concerned about exposure from cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation-emitting products, there would be no need to test them and include safety guidelines with product manuals.
Federal guidelines and testing for cell phones and other personal wireless (WiFi) radiation-emitting products were created over 20 years ago for adults – not children.'
Read more: Forbes Includes List of Smartphones That Emit The Most Wireless (WiFi) Radiation — This Won’t Help Much When 5G Cell Towers Are Installed All Over The U.S.
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