Health issues related to electromagnetic radiation exposure and chemical exposure

Cell phone radiation during pregnancy: Effect on newborns needs authentic research

From Dariusz Leszczynski:

HELSINKI, March 18, 2012—Potential health effects of cell phone radiation in children were examined by very few studies published in the last 2-3 years. Assurances from the committees advising governments on cell phone radiation safety limits, that the current safety limits protect all users, are not supported by the currently available scientific evidence.

Effects on children are only now beginning to be examined.

One of the crucial questions to which we have no scientific answer is whether exposure of fetus to cell phone radiation will have any impact on physical and mental health of a child and, in due time, adult.

In 2011, researchers from California, using the data from the “infamous” Danish Cohort, analyzed whether exposure of fetus, by a mother using a cell phone, will affect development of child during the first 18 months of life.


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One Comment

  1. StevenBorda7
    Posted March 21, 2012 at 7:13 pm | Permalink

    I must agree with Dr. Leszczynski, studies on cell phone radiation are somewhat being examined recently, but something not everyone has taken in consideration, is that the radiation levels which test subjects have been exposed, may not be near the same the actual ones people are experimenting with new smart phones, changing wifi standards (10 years ago there was no N standard, nor B or G), and not to mention 3G now 4G LTE. Technology is constantly evolving and so it’s hard to have an accurate test and so verdict on what radiation safety measures should be implemented by cell phone manufacturers and what users shall do if they want to reduce (if any)
    cell phone cancer chances.

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