From Klaus Rudolph, Citizens’ Initiative Omega
The ABCs of EMFs
By Sandra Gordon on August 3, 2012 in
Since the World Health Organization classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (a.k.a. RFs or EMFs) — the non-ionizing radiation that electronic devices emit through their antennas at low levels — as a possible carcinogen in May 2011, it again raises the question that’s been bantered about since cellphones came into existence: Are wireless electronic devices a health hazard?
The short answer is no, if they’re used safely, says Devra Davis, PhD, MPH, formerly with the National Academy of Sciences, who is president and founder of the Environmental Health Trust and the Website saferphonezone.com. And safely is the operative word for you and your family.
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