According to the largest review of its kind, the British Health Protection Agency says there is no clear evidence that radiation from mobile phones poses a health threat, The Guardian reported on Thursday. Scientists found no convincing proof that radio waves from mobile phones cause brain tumors or any other type of cancer. They did caution that it was “important” to watch for signs of rising cancer cases, however, because they had too little information to assess the risk beyond 15 years of mobile usage.
There is no evidence to support the belief that low-level electromagnetic field exposure from electronics, mobile phones and wireless networks are detrimental to health, including the risk of cancer, according to a 200 page study ca... Read Post
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