By Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.C.N., C.N.S., C.B.T.
We live in an ever-expanding environment of man-made frequencies that feed an ever-expanding global marketplace of wireless consumerism…
All the gadgets, gizmos, devices, cell phones, cordless phones, tablets, and other electronic what-nots that have revolutionized human communication and transactions. It’s all ultra cool, to be sure, but lurking in all the coolness and convenience carried by those unseen electromagnetic waves are unseen dangers as well.
Humans have created an unchartered frontier of “electropollution” never before experienced on this planet.
As a father, grandfather, and a doctor, I have long been concerned about the potential for health problems from excess exposure, particularly among growing children, whose bodies and nervous systems are more vulnerable than those in adults.
In anything in life, moderation and balance are important because excess can cause problems. That goes for basics like food and exercise and work and drink.
So, too, with technology.
My concern is far from being mine alone, and has reached the level of public health agencies around the world, including the World Health Organization, which has classified the RF electromagnetic fields emitted through use of cell phones and WiFi “as possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B).”
This full article is aimed to make you aware of potential hazards and, more importantly, provide some guidelines for reducing exposure.
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