She has studied this problem for a long time and now is trying to inform the public about the epidemiological and toxicological impact they can cause.
As she explains about the biological impact of the mobile devices, she says that the signal from the phones can disrupt and interfere with our DNA.
Just recently there was a woman who developed multi-focal breast cancer without even having any predisposing risk factors. Her case went public in May in the Environmental Health Trust’s newsletter.
The root of the problem was that she had a habit of tucking her cell phone into her bra. Robert Nagourney and John West who are cancer specialists looked into this case and them determent the problem.
“We connected the dots”, and this was quite literally the case, as the pattern of cancer, and distribution of the cancerous cells―lined up perfectly with the shape of her cell phone.”
This should be a warning for all those people who keep their phones in the pants pocket, shirt pockets, and anywhere close to the body. Certain areas like the bra are more prone to radiation exposure.
In a study from 2009, researchers published that wearing your cell on the hip may cause weakening of the pelvic area. Researchers used X-ray technique of patients with osteoporosis. These people carried their cell phones attached to their belts, for 5-6 hours daily for 5-6 years.
They find out that the bone mineral density was significantly reduced on the side where the mobile phone was carried.
Many people are not aware of the fact that the phones emit radiation when there are on. Not only when you’re making a call.
In a study that was published in PLoS One, researchers found out that cell phones have an enormous impact on men’s sperm count.
“RF-EMR in both the power density and frequency range of mobile phones enhances mitochondrial reactive oxygen species generation by human spermatozoa. Therefore, decreasing the motility and vitality of these cells while stimulating DNA base adduct formation and, ultimately DNA fragmentation.
These findings have clear implications for the safety of extensive mobile phone use by males of reproductive age. That means, potentially affecting both their fertility and the health and well-being of their offspring.”
Try to limit and avoid the use of your cell phone. Don’t let your kids be too exposed to them as well. Use your phone only when the reception is good. Also, try to not carried in your packets when is not necessary.
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