In this modern age, cell phones have inundated our everyday life. We take it for granted that these devices are harmless since they have become almost a part of us, but how safe are they really?
It may shock you to find out that more and more studies on this topic continue to pour in from the scientific community that all point to the same conclusion. Cell phones cause cancer.
A new study that highlights the potential risks posed from exposure to cell phone radiation was recently published by the National Toxicology Program (NTP). These studies were prompted by concerns from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about long term physiological effects of cell phone radiation on humans.
Not only were these studies some of the largest and most complex the NTP has ever conducted, but the study was also reviewed for legitimacy by expert peer reviewers from the National Institutes of Health.
The study found instances of tumors, particularly in the brain, in rats that were exposed to differing radiofrequency radiation in 10–minute intervals from birth to about 2 years of age.
Basically, they scientists conducting this experiment were attempting to test for any disease that could potentially be cause by radiofrequency radiation emitted from cell phones. Turns out, they succeeded.
The authors claim that these findings are highly relevant to ill effects from human telecommunication related exposure. The complete study will be available for peer and public review by 2017.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a webpage that provides guidelines for reducing radiation exposure from cell phones. A link to the page can be found here.
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