They produce heat. You hold the source of the emission close to your brain. There are claims that people have had brain tumors in the exact size, shape and position as the antenna on their cell phone. New 5G phone will use more power and that increases risk Cell phones are safe: Cell phones use a very, very low level of radio frequency rf energy - too low to cause damage.
The type of energy emitted is non-ionizing - meaning it doesn't cause damage to chemical bonds or dna. Hundreds of millions of people have been using cell phones and cordless phones for years. If there were a problem, we would have seen it by now.
Latest News: February - US FDA just released results of a review of experiments carried out on animals and 75 on humans between and August , saying: "To date, there is no consistent or credible scientific evidence of health problems caused by the exposure to radio frequency energy emitted by cell phones see Review of Published Literature between and of Relevance to Radiofrequency Radiation and Cancer - PDF 1. The National Toxicology Program NTP concluded there is clear evidence that male rats exposed to high levels of radio frequency radiation RFR like that used in 2G and 3G cell phones developed cancerous heart tumors, according to final reports released today.
There was also some evidence of tumors in the brain and adrenal gland of exposed male rats. For female rats, and male and female mice, the evidence was equivocal as to whether cancers observed were associated with exposure to RFR. The final reports represent the consensus of NTP and a panel of external scientific experts who reviewed the studies in March after draft reports were issued in February.
By contrast, people are mostly exposed in specific local tissues close to where they hold the phone. In addition, the exposure levels and durations in our studies were greater than what people experience. Researchers cite growing confidence in links between radiation exposure and some tumors in rats. It is still unclear what the final conclusions of their two-decades-long study of the health impact on rodents mean for humans.
Many caveats apply, and the results involve radio frequencies long out of routine use. New studies show a correlation in lab rats, but the evidence may not resolve ongoing debates over causality or whether any effects arise in people. Studies, Facts and Evidence What is the radiation produced by a cell phone? The concern is that the cell phone and it's antenna the source of the radiation are held close against the head The damage to the dna molecules is thought to be the cause.
Power Newer phones are digital. Frequency In the United States, mobile phones operate in a frequency ranging from about to megahertz MHz. Scientific Studies to Date Some mobile phone users have been diagnosed with brain cancer, and many others who have not used mobile phones have gotten the disease, too. Ziff-Davis reports that researchers in Australia have reported their hypothesis that normal mobile phone use can lead to cancer.
The research group, lead by radiation expert Dr Peter French, principal scientific officer at the Centre for Immunology Research at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney, said that mobile phone frequencies well below current safety levels could stress cells in a way that has been shown to increased susceptibility to cancer. Perceptions and Concerns The latest studies may support the generally held position that cell phone radiation is not a substantial hazard, but they will never be able to prove cell phones to be absolutely safe.
Conclusions There still is not credible evidence that cell phones cause cancer or brain tumors in humans. Still it is not time to jump off the deep end, the link between mobile-phone use and cancer is even listed among the American Cancer Society's "Top 10 Cancer Myths," Cell phones are still relatively new, and while science does not prove that the radiation may not be likely to cause cancer in humans, time may prove differently!
So common sense suggests that we each take some prudent precautions; see below. Precautionary Steps To Take There are some simple steps that cell phone users can take to reduce any remaining risk: First, use a earbuds, a headset or speakerphone mode.
That moves the phone and it's antenna away from your head. Second, consider reserving the use of mobile phones for shorter conversations or when a conventional phone is not available. Third, the effects of cellular damage are greatest on growing, developing organisms i.
Finally, in a car, use an external antenna mounted outside the vehicle to move the source of the radiation farther from you! National Cancer Institute Statement: International Study Shows No Increased Risk of Brain Tumors from Cell Phone Use - May 17, - Interphone, an international collaboration, and the largest study of its kind to date, reported that overall, cell phone users have no increased risk of two of the most common forms of brain cancer -- glioma and meningioma.
Furthermore, there was no evidence of risk with progressively increasing number of calls, longer call time, or time since the start of the use of cell phones. However, for the small proportion of study participants who used cell phones the most " measured as cumulative call time over their lifetime " there was a suggestion of increased risk of glioma, though the authors call this finding inconclusive.
The study was published online May 17, , in the International Journal of Epidemiology. A new study has found no link between use of cell phones and the risk of developing a brain tumor. The study is published in the April 12 issue of Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology..
The Danish study questioned people with brain tumors and people without brain tumors about their cell phone use. The study found no increased risk for brain tumors related to cell phone use, frequency of use, or number of years of use. Finnish Study : February The amount of radiation most popular cell phones emit is well below agreed limits and largely in line with data published by manufacturers.
Video interviews with American Cancer Society , and other researchers. Orebro, Sweden, No connection: In a study published in , investigators at the Orebro Medical Centre in Sweden compared the past mobile phone use of Swedish brain tumor patients and healthy people. Moulder, Ph. Investigators did find that mobile phone users who got certain types of brain tumors tended to report using the phone on the side of the head where they developed the tumor.
The study's limitations, according to Moulder, include a weak association between cell phone use and tumor development, as well as a possibility that the cancer patients' recollections were biased by already knowing on which side of their head the brain cancer developed. Joshua Muscat, Glioma: In a yet-unpublished study presented at a scientific meeting, researcher Joshua Muscat looked for an association between mobile phone use and a type of brain cancer called glioma.
Muscat did not find evidence that cell phone use increased people's risk of this type of brain cancer generally. He did, however, observe an increase in one rare kind of glioma, which FDA scientists say might have occurred by chance. Interestingly, with increased hours of mobile phone use, the risk tended to decrease rather than increase as might be expected.
A few animal studies have suggested that low levels of RF exposure could speed up development of cancer in laboratory animals. In one recent Australian study, for example, mice genetically altered to be predisposed to developing lymphoma got more than twice as many of these cancers when exposed to RF energy compared to mice not exposed to the radiation. A large number of laboratory tests have been conducted to assess RF's effects on genetic material, looking for mutations, chromosomal changes, DNA strand breaks, and structural changes in blood cells' genetic material.
One kind of test, called a micronucleus assay, showed structural changes in genetic material after exposure to simulated cell phone radiation. The changes occurred only after 24 hours of continuous exposure, which experts say raises questions about this test's sensitivity to heating effects and whether that sensitivity could be solely responsible for the results.
More Information Follow-up with: Where did the Fears start? The tumors were gliomas, which are in the glial cells of the brain, and schwannomas of the heart. April - Has the incidence of brain cancer risen in Australia since the introduction of mobile phones 29 years ago? Brain cancer incidence between and has not increased in any age group except those aged 70 84; in the latter group the increase began in , before mobile phones were introduced.
We hypothesize the increases in incidence of brain cancer in the oldest age group are due to improved diagnostic detection. We found no increase in brain cancer incidence compatible with the steep increase in mobile phone use" August - WebMD, Medscape Medical News: Children Face Higher Health Risk From Cell Phones , The potential harm from microwave radiation MWR given off by wireless devices, particularly for children and unborn babies, is the highlight of a new review. Although the data are conflicting, links between MWR and cancer have been observed.
June - Consumer Reports - Consumer Reports did not conduct any research themselves, but their June Electronics Buying Guide, page, surveyed the research, as we do, and concluded, as we do, that there still is no clear consensus, and that use of a headset or speakerphone mode held away from your head is prudent. It followed more than , people for 13 years and concluded heavy cell phone users have the same cancer rates as people who don't use cell phones.
The study, out of Denmark, confirms a smaller one reported on last year. The agency now lists mobile phone use in the same "carcinogenic hazard" category as lead, engine exhaust and chloroform. Note that this is a reversal of WHO's previous position. Spending 50 minutes with a cellphone plastered to your ear is enough to change brain cell activity in the part of the brain closest to the antenna. But whether that causes any harm is not clear, scientists at the National Institutes of Health said on Tuesday, adding that the study will likely not settle recurring concerns of a link between cellphones and brain cancer.
May 17, - According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer funded in part by WHO, the World Health Organization using a cell phone for as little as 30 minutes may increase your risk of getting a brain tumor glioma. The study is reported to have included 13, participants over 10 years. But we have not seen the details of this study. As soon as we find a source, we'll publish a link to it. March 03, - Yahoo News and CNN reports that Maine may require a warning about cell phones being a possible cause of brain cancer.
David Carpenter Albany University spoke in favor of the proposed bill. January Cell Phones may protect against Alzheimer's. Study by Dr. For the complete story, see Business Week's report or Fox News repor t. Researchers in four Scandinavian countries found no increase in brain tumor diagnoses from to in a large new study, the latest to find no link between rising cellphone use and rates of brain cancer.
Moskowitz March 30, - ' Mobile phones 'more dangerous than smoking ' - A self-published and non-peer reviewed meta-study by Dr. Vini Khurana, an Australian neurosurgeon, presented an "increasing body of evidence On Larry King, on May 27, , Dr. Khurana said: "the concern is not just brain tumors, but other health effects associated or reported to be associated with cell phones, including behavioral disturbances, salivary gland tumors, male infertility and microwave sickness syndrome".
His team's findings were published in the British Journal of Cancer. December 5, - Scientists in Denmark tracked over , cell phone users over the course of 21 years in an attempt to determine if if cell phone use causes cancer. As reported in ABC News , they found the RF energy produced by the phones did not correlate to an increased incidence of the disease.
From the article: 'This so-called Danish cohort "is probably the strongest study out there because of the outstanding registries they keep,' said Joshua Muscat of Pennsylvania State University, who also has studied cell phones and cancer. The researchers examined the cell phone usage of adults who developed malignant brain tumors.
They found that people with more than 2, hours of total talk time had 3. The study, also found a 2 times increase for tumors specifically on the side of the head where the cell phone was generally used. But it should be noted that the study relied on the memory of the subjects for how long they used their phones, for as much as a decade ago, according to a Daily News interview with Dr.
January - A four-year long British study performed by the London-based Institute of Cancer Research and three British universities found that talking on a cell phone had no effect on tumor rates. The researchers included people with glioma brain tumors and 1, healthy respondents. Individuals were questioned on first use, lifetime years of use, cumulative hours of use, and number of calls they made. Its authors say the link is troubling, although they acknowledge that the amount of data is small and wider research is needed to amplify the findings.
The chance of developing a malignant brain tumor was roughly eight times higher for cell phone users in the Swedish countryside than in urban areas. The risk of developing any brain tumor was four times higher for country dwellers using mobile phones for five years or more, compared with those who did not use the devices. The BBC present a program Panarama which countered Dr Lennart Hardell's claims see this page on the BBC website , " The National Radiological Protection Board NRPB , which advises the government on safety levels, said the study "the study did not involve enough people to offer compelling evidence, and any difference in risk it did find was not statistically significant.
Fox quotes a Dr. Henry Lai, a bioengineering professor at the University of Washington, as saying that electromagnetic radiation emitted from cell phones may damage DNA and cause benign brain tumors. Lai also agrees with EHSO's recommendation to use a headset to minimize potential exposure. Louis, June 25, " Radiation from cell phones doesn't appear to cause cancer in rats, according to a study by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St.
The research team exposed rats to the two most common types of cell phone radiation for four hours a day, five days a week for two years. Roti Roti, Ph. The study, due to be published in the Jan. During the period of this study, there was no evidence that use of hand-held cellular phones caused tumors of the brain and nervous system. The findings suggest that, if there was any increase in risk, it was small, particularly for malignant tumors glioma. Cell phones increase convenience, but are they really safe?
Ted Schwartz, a neurosurgeon from New York Presbyterian Hospital, speaks to the popular concern about the possible connection between cell phones and brain tumors. Huge study can't link cancers to cell phones - Danish results add to research that shows no danger - The Associated Press - Wednesday, February 7, - Scientists who tracked the health of , Danish cell phone users found no sign the devices increase cancer risk -- the biggest study yet to provide reassurance about the phones' safety, but one that won't end the controversy.
The study, published in today's Journal of the National Cancer Institute, found cell phone users are no more likely than anyone else to suffer brain or nervous system cancers, leukemia, or salivary gland tumors. Are mobile phones safe? Recently some scientists and lay people have expressed alarm at another possible danger--that the use of mobile phones itself may harm the user's health, perhaps even causing cancer.
Reynard was suing several phone companies because his wife, who used a cell phone, died of a brain tumor. Reynard and his lawyer didn't have much of what you might call evidence, which is why they didn't get very far in the courts. But the issue has hung around as a media fascination. Television shows and news reports can, in a matter of moments, leave a lasting impression. Science is different. It takes years to collect and analyze data, and that's just for one study Positions by Authorities This may be because this position is unsupportable like taking the position that the earth is flat or that there is new evidence that contradicts current thinking like Copernicus' calculations that the earth revolves around the sun.
Credible sources means persons of institutions whose education, practice, past performance, and affiliations would lead a logical person to conclude that they are knowledgeable about the subject and have conducted thorough, accurate and unbiased research. If you would like to recommend a source, please May - A National Toxicology Program study conducted on rats found "low incidences" of two types of tumors in male rats that were exposed to the type of radio frequencies that are commonly emitted by cellphones.
Mercola - Cell Phones and Cancer He has an extensive website, but he is an an osteopathic physician, not a medical doctor. Cell Phones Do Not Cause Cancer April - Has the incidence of brain cancer risen in Australia since the introduction of mobile phones 29 years ago? We found no increase in brain cancer incidence compatible with the steep increase in mobile phone use" Tokyo Women's Medical University compared phone use in brain cancer patients with healthy people and found that regularly using a mobile did not significantly affect the likelihood of getting brain cancer.
American Cancer Society - "Considerable research has also found no clear association between any other electronic consumer products and cancer. Cell phones, microwave ovens and related appliances emit low-frequency radiation "the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that includes radio waves and radar.
Ionizing radiation such as gamma rays and X-rays can increase cancer risk by causing changes to DNA in cells of the body. Low frequency, non-ionizing radiation does not cause these DNA changes" Medical College of Wisconsin - A very detailed page, with a considerable amount of information, including both FAQs and citations to references; it can be technically overwhelming for non scientists. All three reports can be found at: www.
Undecided Fact or Fiction? Food and Drug Administraton: www. Moulder, Med. What is "radiofrequency" and microwave radiation? What is non-ionizing radiation? How is radiofrequency energy used? How is radiofrequency radiation measured? What biological effects can be caused by RF energy? Can people be exposed to levels of radiofrequency radiation and microwaves that could be harmful? Can radiofrequency radiation cause cancer? What research is being done on RF biological effects?
What levels are safe for exposure to RF energy? How safe are mobile phones? Can they cause cancer? How can I obtain the specific absorption rate SAR value for my mobile phone? Those limitations fall into three main categories, he says: statistical challenges, extrapolating lessons from rodents to humans, and questions about dosing. In their study, the National Toxicology Program investigators zapped more than 1, rats and mice with cell phone radiation — equivalent to that emitted by 2G and 3G phones — over their entire body for nine hours a day for two years.
The amounts given were more than are permitted for humans by the Federal Communications Commission. They then looked in different tissues for signs of cancer. None of the control rats which did not receive radiation developed either cancer. These cancers are generally rare in humans, and also deadly, so if cell phone radiation increases their incidence, it is something to worry about indeed. However, there are reasons to doubt these numbers, Dr. Dauer explains.
The total number of rats in each treatment group was Six percent of 90 is five rats. Three percent is two rats. When sample sizes are small, simple chance can play a large role in the outcomes. Making this result more difficult to interpret is that, for unknown reasons, the control rats did not live as long as the experimental rats. In past studies, some of the control animals have developed these types of tumors.
A further curiosity about the study was that only male rats seemed to be affected. The female rats, female mice, and male mice were not affected. Even if the results had been more consistent, it would still be difficult to know what they mean for human health.
Since the radiation was more intense and given over the whole body, it is hard to extrapolate the danger to human health. The radiation was also representative of an older form of cell phone technology, 2G and 3G. Fourth generation 4G phones are in use now and 5G ones are about to be released. When making safety recommendations, public health officials typically place more weight on evidence from human studies or trials.
In the case of cell phones, several large human studies have been conducted to analyze the potential link between cell phone use and brain cancer. Typically, these are studies in which individuals with brain tumors are surveyed about their cell phone use and compared with individuals without brain tumors. Overall, these studies do not show a link between cell phone use and cancer. When trying to convey an accurate assessment of radiation risk, public health officials run into problems because of confusion over the term.
So it becomes something very scary. But cell phone radiation is actually very low in energy. On the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation , which also includes visible light, cell phone radiation falls between FM radio waves and microwaves. These low-frequency forms of energy are referred to as nonionizing radiation because they are not strong enough to knock atoms off molecules. This is in contrast to ionizing radiation, such as X-rays and gamma rays.
These high-frequency waves can indeed damage molecules and have been linked to cancer. The former are emitted by X-ray machines, while the latter are emitted by radioactive materials. The argument that cell phones cause cancer lacks biological plausibility because the energy contained in the waves is too low to cause damage. Several readers of this blog post have asked questions about the safety of 5G technology. The study under discussion evaluated radiofrequency radiation from 2G and 3G phones and therefore cannot be extrapolated to 4G or 5G models.
But here is what we can say:. Cell phones and other radiofrequency-emitting devices are characterized by the frequency of the radiation they use. Early models 2G and 3G used radiofrequencies in the range of megahertz MHz to 1. Radiofrequencies in the higher range are actually less able to penetrate the body than lower radiofrequencies, so the risk of these waves doing damage to internal organs is also lower. The frequencies the human body absorbs most efficiently are in the range of 30 to MHz.
While radiofrequency radiation cannot ionize molecules, it can heat them. This is how microwave ovens work. But to heat molecules, the radiation must be given at very high power, on the order of thousands of watts per kilogram kg. Current safety standards limit cell phones to a maximum of 1. This safety limit applies to 5G cell phones as well.
In the study discussed in this post, the power ranged from 1. I suggest you to write about influence of cellphone towers irradiation on human health. It is something to be really worried about. Another thing to add to the severe shortcomings already mentioned.
Did the study look for other types of cancer besides these two? Or did it cherrypick the two where control sample did better? It's a shame that we pay so much attention to pseudo science. As for the comment about cell towers, the writer seems to be equating intensity of the radiation as in how many photons per unit time with the energy of the radiation as in the energy of each photon.
This article has explained that the latter is too low to be ionizing to cause damage. Cell tower does not change this point. This extensive study did indeed show an increase in cancer in rats exposed to cell phone radiation. Full stop. Rather than dismissing the results, MLK should inform us what was planned to be further research should the study show increase in cancer.
I would hope so. Has it happened. RE: I suggest you to write about influence of cellphone towers irradiation on human health. No it isn't. DO you own research. I agree with Anna. A great study group to bring in would be mobile carrier tower service workers. In my mind, this would be the demographic most at risk.
Non-stop, cell towers on each block. The human microwave.
Researchers took a comprehensive look at statistical findings from 46 different studies around the globe and found that the use of a cell phone for more than 1, hours, or about 17 minutes a day over a ten year period, increased the risk of tumors by 60 percent. Researchers also pointed to findings that showed cell phone use for 10 or more years doubled the risk of brain tumors. Their analysis took a comprehensive look at statistical findings from case control studies from 16 countries including the U.
This, as more and more people have become dependent on their mobile phones as an integral mode of communication. In fact, an increasing number of people have ditched their landlines at home, relying on their cell phone as their sole device for telephone communication. With the increased use of mobile devices, the research has been vast on their potential link to cancer. The findings have varied and at times been controversial.
Many studies looking into the health risks of cell phone use have been funded or partially funded by the cellular phone industry, which critics argue can skew research results. The FDA also said that the Federal Communications Commission has set a limit on radio frequency energy that "remains acceptable for protecting the public health.
UC Berkeley researchers noted that in , California regulators alerted the public of potential health risks related to cell phone use, although some felt the warning did not go far enough. In its alert, the California Department of Public Health said, "Although the science is still evolving, some laboratory experiments and human health studies have suggested the possibility that long-term, high use of cell phones may be linked to certain types of cancer and other health effects.
Typically, these are studies in which individuals with brain tumors are surveyed about their cell phone use and compared with individuals without brain tumors. Overall, these studies do not show a link between cell phone use and cancer. When trying to convey an accurate assessment of radiation risk, public health officials run into problems because of confusion over the term.
So it becomes something very scary. But cell phone radiation is actually very low in energy. On the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation , which also includes visible light, cell phone radiation falls between FM radio waves and microwaves. These low-frequency forms of energy are referred to as nonionizing radiation because they are not strong enough to knock atoms off molecules.
This is in contrast to ionizing radiation, such as X-rays and gamma rays. These high-frequency waves can indeed damage molecules and have been linked to cancer. The former are emitted by X-ray machines, while the latter are emitted by radioactive materials. The argument that cell phones cause cancer lacks biological plausibility because the energy contained in the waves is too low to cause damage.
Several readers of this blog post have asked questions about the safety of 5G technology. The study under discussion evaluated radiofrequency radiation from 2G and 3G phones and therefore cannot be extrapolated to 4G or 5G models.
But here is what we can say:. Cell phones and other radiofrequency-emitting devices are characterized by the frequency of the radiation they use. Early models 2G and 3G used radiofrequencies in the range of megahertz MHz to 1. Radiofrequencies in the higher range are actually less able to penetrate the body than lower radiofrequencies, so the risk of these waves doing damage to internal organs is also lower.
The frequencies the human body absorbs most efficiently are in the range of 30 to MHz. While radiofrequency radiation cannot ionize molecules, it can heat them. This is how microwave ovens work. But to heat molecules, the radiation must be given at very high power, on the order of thousands of watts per kilogram kg.
Current safety standards limit cell phones to a maximum of 1. This safety limit applies to 5G cell phones as well. In the study discussed in this post, the power ranged from 1. I suggest you to write about influence of cellphone towers irradiation on human health. It is something to be really worried about. Another thing to add to the severe shortcomings already mentioned. Did the study look for other types of cancer besides these two?
Or did it cherrypick the two where control sample did better? It's a shame that we pay so much attention to pseudo science. As for the comment about cell towers, the writer seems to be equating intensity of the radiation as in how many photons per unit time with the energy of the radiation as in the energy of each photon. This article has explained that the latter is too low to be ionizing to cause damage.
Cell tower does not change this point. This extensive study did indeed show an increase in cancer in rats exposed to cell phone radiation. Full stop. Rather than dismissing the results, MLK should inform us what was planned to be further research should the study show increase in cancer. I would hope so. Has it happened. RE: I suggest you to write about influence of cellphone towers irradiation on human health.
No it isn't. DO you own research. I agree with Anna. A great study group to bring in would be mobile carrier tower service workers. In my mind, this would be the demographic most at risk. Non-stop, cell towers on each block. The human microwave. Cell phones also use 2. What about the amount of energy from this antenna pressed directly against the body a lot of the day? Adam and Anna: The electromagnetic spectrum is the same for cellphones at the phone and the tower.
They are both non-ionizing. Because of the power involved at the source, you obvious wouldn't want to stand right next to the broadcast vanes, but those towers are high in the air, and are subject, like all electromagnetic waves to the inverse square law. By the time an isotropic non-beam forming source signal is only a few feet from the antennae, it is already quite diffuse. On the ground, even near the source, the exposure is negligible.
Cell phone radios that is what these are need only a very weak signal to transmit data. If you are concerned about cell phones, you should be just as concerned about wifi routers and baby monitors, since they transmit on frequencies near 4G cell phones. Anna and Adam and many others are confusing the energy associated with the output power how strong the signal is and the energy associated with the frequency. The higher the frequency of radiation, the more energy it contains. Only the frequency-related energy can change your DNA and cause cancer.
If you stand next to the antenna on a cell phone tower, the transmitted energy might cook you like a hot dog. It won't change your DNA, because the frequency is too low. Notice the frequency chart at the right. Later on that page is an explanation of molecularly damaging radiation, which starts at the top end of visible light.
So, the UV in sunlight that causes sunburn can give you cancer, but cell phone radiation will only heat you up. Interesting that the study was done on 2G and 3G but as the author states, 4G is in use and 5G is on the way. Why not mention the associated power levels compared to the study, more or less. Information deficit and editorially weak. Also noted questions about the sample size being small which causes the reader to doubt the results.
Doesn't the control group account for this?
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