Cell phones, harmless or hazardous?

Posted: February 28, 2011 in Cell phones, harmless or hazardous?
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The number of cell phone users has increased rapidly over the last several years. As of 2010, there were more than 5 billion subscribers to cell phone service worldwide, according to BBC. This is an increase from 500 million users in 2000 and 4.6 billion users in 2009.

Most of us use our phones on a daily basis, why shouldn’t we?  It’s the fastest and most easy way to get in touch with whomever we want to get in touch with, whether it’s your boss,  your friend or perhaps your domestic pet. What you didn’t know is that cell phones emits radio waves, the same thing that heats up your food. When this occures, the heat-transfer from the phone into your head causes a breakdown of the blood-brain barrier (the membrane that keeps toxins from getting into the brain). Cell phone use also slows down the DNA repair which is the most likely mechanism for tumor formation.

In Scandinavia, a study on 15,000 individuals was made which demonstrated that using a cell phone for only one hour per day, which is pretty standard, had some effects. Visual reaction time was prolonged,  the short-term memory was diminished and there was interference with both sleep rhythms and sex drive.
This is just the tip of the iceberg so there is alot more to learn and if you decide to do so you should check out Dr. Nick Begich, he is the leading authority in this field.

Don’t be afraid to question things and how they work!

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