Want To Know What US Had To Say About EMF/RF Radiation Caused By Wireless Technology and Cell Phones? Here it is…
In the U.S., two major events occurred in 2016 regarding cell phone radiation. The release of the long-awaited results from the cell phone cancer study conducted by the National Toxicology Program and enactment of the first cell phone “right to know” law in Berkeley, California, and two major national newspapers, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, published articles about cell phone radiation warnings.
National Toxicology Program Cell Phone Cancer Study
The National Institute of Environmental Health Science released partial results of the $25 million National Toxicology Program study on the effects of exposure to cell phone radiation. The FDA called for this study in 1999. Cell phone radiation was found to cause two types of cancer in male rats and DNA damage in male and female mice and rats.
National Toxicology Program (NTP) Finds Cell Phone Radiation Causes Cancer
Storyline vs. Rest-of-the-story: Brain cancer incidence, cellphone use & trends data
Brain Tumor Rates Are Rising in the US: The Role of Cellphone & Cordless Phone Use
NTP: Not the First Govt. Study to Find Wireless Radiation Can Cause Cancer in Lab Rats
Government Failure to Address Wireless Radiation Risks
Berkeley’s Landmark Cell Phone “Right to Know” Law Takes Effect
The Berkeley cell phone “right to know” law which was adopted on a 9-0 unanimous vote of the City Council in May, 2015, took effect in March of 2016. Berkeley is the first city in the United States to pass a cell phone radiation ordinance since San Francisco disbanded its ordinance after a two-year court battle with the CTIA, the wireless industry’s lobbying organization.
The CTIA has sued Berkeley, and the case is currently being adjudicated in the Federal courts. Links to more than two hundred news stories from fourteen countries can be found on the EMR Safety website.
Berkeley Cell Phone “Right to Know” Ordinance
Berkeley Cell Phone “Right to Know” Ordinance: Media Coverage
Two national news stories
Last January, the New York Times published an exposé about CDC’s retraction of cell phone warnings from its website after protests from industry-funded scientists.
In May, the Wall Street Journal invited two experts, Joel Moskowitz from the University of California, Berkeley and Larry Junck from the University of Michigan, to debate the need for cell phone radiation warning labels in its Journal Reports series.
New York Times’ Exposé of CDC’s Retraction of Warnings about Cell Phone Radiation
Wall Street Journal asks “Should Cellphones Have Warning Labels?”
Other Major Stories and Updates on Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
Cell Phone Radiation Health Risks
International EMF Scientist Appeal
Key Cell Phone Radiation Research Studies
Thyroid Cancer and Mobile Phone Use
Cell Phone Use and Salivary Gland Tumor Risk
Effect of Mobile Phones on Sperm Quality
Female Infertility & Cell Phone Radiation
Effects of Cell Phone Use on Adolescents
Does Cell Phone and Wi-Fi Radiation Cause Alzheimer’s Disease?
Does long-term exposure to 4G LTE cell phone radiation impair cell phone users’ health?
Is 5G Cellular Technology Harmful to Our Health?
Secondhand Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation: An Emerging Public Health Problem?
AirPods: Are Apple’s New Wireless Earbuds Safe? (Blood-brain barrier effects)
Do iPhones emit more radiation than Samsung Galaxy phones?
iPhone 7 Models: Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) or RF Exposure
Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Specific Absorption Rates (SAR)
Wireless Radiation Health Risks
Pregnancy & Wireless Radiation Risks
Wi-Fi in Schools & Other Public Places
Recent Research on Wi-Fi Effects
Cell Tower Health Effects
Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS)
Hybrid & Electric Cars: Electromagnetic Radiation Risks
EMF Controversies in Neurobiology
Effects of Wireless Radiation on Birds and Other Wildlife
The Politics of Wireless Radiation
FCC: Why We Need Stronger Cell Phone Radiation Regulations–Key Testimony
FCC Open Letter: Moratorium on New Commercial Applications of RF Radiation
FCC needs input regarding allocation of spectrum for 5G
Special Thanks to Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director for the Center for Family and Community Health at the University of California, Berkeley for all the knowledge he helps the public to see.