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Is Your Cell Phone Slowly Killing You?

by Cell Phone Protection on November 5, 2010

By Ben Needles

  For years now, people have been using cellphones, and thinking nothing of it. In fact, there is a plethora of data to back up the fact that these phones emit very low levels of electromagnetic radiation; far less than an x-ray or MRI, and are therefore safe. Yet, what about the long-term effects of this radiation? It is a known fact that sun is good for you – you get vitamin D from exposure to it, but too much will give you a sunburn. Plus, over the years, the cumulative effects of too much sun can lead to skin cancer.

So, what about cellphones? Okay, it is true that they emit very little radiation, but there is the issue of the cumulative effect. There is also a great deal of data to support the contention that these cumulative effects can be quite detrimental to peoples health. In recent years, we have seen a rise in various types of cancers – brain, ear and eye, and other ailments related to the brain: migraines, epilepsy and impotency, to name only a few.

As if that is not bad enough, there is the issue of childrens health. It is well known that children are very susceptible to all manner of health problems. As their small bodies are growing and consuming vast amounts of nutrients, they can also consume things that are not good for them; and their cells and organs can be damaged by many things. This is where cellphone radiation can cause a great deal of trouble.

It is for this reason that you should follow some basic precautions. First off, try to avoid cooking food for infants and children in a microwave oven. It may be easier to warm a babys bottle in a microwave, but it is not in the childs best interest. Next, do not leave your cellphone lying around where your children can get hold of it, and do not let them talk on it too much. What is really best; turn your cellphone off when you do not need it. Then there is where you keep your cellphone. Try to avoid carrying it on your person. If it is near your heart, that can lead to trouble. Down at your waist, there is ovarian or testicular cancer to be considered. And, if you are a woman, and you are pregnant, be sure to keep the phone away from your belly!

By following a few simple precautions, you can greatly reduce your chances of ill health as a result of cellphone radiation. When you consider some of the medical problems that can result from too much exposure, you will see that these steps are in your best long-term interest.

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EMF expert and founder of the Research Center for Wireless Technology, Paul Fitzgerald, graduate from NJIT, has been studying EMF\’s for over 15 years now. He has done over 100 radio shows in 2006 and released his book http://www.emfnews.org
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A New Study Suggests That Cell-Phone Radiation Could Be Causing Sleepless Nights

By Paul Fitzgerald

  Not sleeping well? turn off your cell phone. New research proves that fatigue, rampant in hard times, is bad for business. Here’s how 8 entrepreneurs beat insomnia and get ROI from rest. Your phone may be keeping you awake – and not because it’s ringing.

According to a research study earlier this year which got little attention on this side of the Atlantic, mobile phones send out radiation that hampers people’s ability to sink into the deep stages of sleep. Scientists from Karolinska Institute and Uppsala University in Sweden, and from Wayne State University in Michigan, gathered 35 men and 36 women between the ages of 18 and 45 and exposed about half of them to 884-megaherz wireless signals identical to those emitted by cell phones. The other half got no radiation. The result: The people who had been subjected to the radiation took longer to enter the deep stage of sleep that refreshes and restores, and spent less time there, than the other group. The study was funded by a trade association called the Mobile Manufacturers Forum, which represents the biggest cell phone companies in Europe.

After the findings were published by MIT, the embarrassed cell phone makers tried to play down the experiment’s results, saying they were “inconclusive.”

But Bengt Arnetz, the Swedish professor who led the study, says there is no doubt that cell phones “have measurable effects on the brain.” He believes that the radiation from phones activates the brain’s stress system, making people feel more alert and decreasing their ability to wind down and snooze.

“And bear in mind, when you’re talking on the phone, there is a mental stimulus from the conversation itself, in addition to the radiation,” Arnetz says. “The combination makes it doubly hard to relax into deep sleep.”

Other European research backs him up. One landmark study followed 1,656 Belgian teenagers for an entire year and found that most of them talked on their cell phones in bed at night before falling asleep. The kids who did so just once a week were more than three times as likely as non-phone users to describe themselves as “very tired” during the day, while the teens who talked in bed on more than one night a week were five times as likely to report tiredness.

What about Wi-Fi computer signals? Can they interfere with sleep? The scientific jury is still out, but consider this: Kevin Koym, who owns a consulting company and a software engineering firm in Austin, Tex., says of his struggles with insomnia: “I never had sleep problems until I started using Wi-Fi So now I am careful to shut off my computer at home in the evening.”

Whatever the scientific verdict, taking a nightly break from your electronics can’t hurt. So turn off the computer, power down the CrackBerry, and relax.

Educational Cell Phone Digital Book by Paul Fitzgerald, EMF expert, graduated from NJIT in Newark, NJ. He has been studying EMF’s for over 15 years.. He has done over 100 radio shows in 2006 and released his book CellPhone Lies To learn more go to EMF Radiation News.

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