19 September 2012

For those who are particularly intelligent, we repeat: mobile phones are safe!

Mobile phones and wireless devices are not dangerous to health

ABC Magazine based on the materials of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health:
Mobile phones and wireless networks: No evidence of health risk found

According to the report of the Norwegian Expert Commission, there is no scientific evidence of the harm of low-frequency electromagnetic fields created by mobile phones and other wireless means of communication to human health. The report was published on September 13 this year in Norwegian and English.

Low-frequency electromagnetic fields are generated during the transmission of a radio signal by a mobile phone antenna and other wireless means of communication and belong to radio frequency fields. According to the recommendations of the International Commission on Non-ionizing Radiation Protection (International Commission on Non-ionizing Radiation Protection), the threshold effect of electromagnetic fields of wireless communications should be 50 times less than the level that can cause heating of human tissues or stimulate nerve cells.

There has been a heated debate around the issue of the safety of using mobile phones and other "gadgets" for a long time, so the Norwegian Expert Commission decided to study whether the electromagnetic fields created by these devices have an impact on the human body and health. The commission's report included not only mobile phones, but also wireless communications, mobile base stations, broadcast transmitters and other communication equipment.

Experts have not found any scientific evidence that the electromagnetic fields generated by these devices increase the risk of cancer, affect male or female fertility, affect the immune or endocrine system, or have any other negative impact on a person.

In particular, the impact of mobile phone use on the development of rapidly growing brain and neck tumors has been studied for more than 20 years, as well as the impact of mobile phones on the development of leukemia and lymphoma. Numerous studies have not noted an increase in the incidence of these types of cancer since mobile phones have firmly entered the daily lives of modern people.

The Commission members also found no evidence that the use of mobile phones and other means of wireless communication causes so-called "hypersensitivity to electromagnetic fields" or electrical susceptibility. On the other hand, experts cannot unequivocally state that this is a fictional state. Apparently, its symptoms (loss of short-term memory, vomiting, headaches, dizziness or irritation) are due to other causes, and not the physical effect of electromagnetic fields. This is supported by the fact that the refusal to use wireless communication means does not reduce the symptoms of this condition.

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