People who use mobile phones intensively appear to have a higher risk of developing certain types of brain cancer, French scientists said on Tuesday, reviving questions about phone safety.
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The next time you can't sleep, your brain whirring over shopping lists, tomorrow's meetings and whether or not you locked the back door, the solution could be simple - move your mobile phone off the bedside table and out of your bedroom altogether.
11th March 2014 - Daily MailRead Full Article
WIFI IN SCHOOLS IS NOT SAFE- THE MINISTER's TEST REPORT MEASURED THE WRONG THING
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Her headaches were constant and vice-like. So extreme was the pain that it ruined any chance of a decent night's sleep, and left Julia Taylor reduced to little more than 'a walking zombie'.
26 May 2013 - Mail OnlineRead Full Article
Most people have no idea that their iPhone comes with a warning to carry the device at least 10 mm away from the body, and to use a "hands-free" option like headphones or speaker, in order to prevent overexposure to harmful levels of radio frequency energy. Read more: The Jewish Chronicle - Israeli researchers 'light years ahead' on studies of cellphone risks
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As soon as the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer expert review declaring cell phone radiation a "possible human carcinogen" -- just like lead, DDT, and jet fuel -- was drafted in 2011, the global multi-trillion dollar cell phone industry set up a quarter of a billion dollar defense fund to produce and promote science that would discredit the WHO. Whenever a report pops up questioning cell phone safety, a contrary report stands ready in the wings to cast doubt about its legitimacy.
Huffington Post Healthy Living, USA - 21st May 2013Read Full Article
Cell Phones & Health: Simple Precautions Make Sense
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Attention pregnant women: put down your cellphone.
Cellphone radiation exposure during pregnancy impacts fetal brain development and may cause hyperactivity, Yale School of Medicine researchers say.
12th November 2012 Daily MailRead Full Article
A landmark court case has ruled there is a link between using a mobile phone and brain tumours, paving the way for a flood of legal actions.
Innocente Marcolini, 60, an Italian businessman, fell ill after using a handset at work for up to six hours every day for 12 years.
Now Italy's Supreme Court in Rome has blamed his phone saying there is a "causal link" between his illness and phone use, the Sun has reported.
19th October 2012, The TelegraphRead Full Article
MOBILE phones CAN cause brain tumours, according to a landmark court ruling.
Italian businessman Innocente Marcolini, 60, fell ill after using a handset at work for up to six hours every day for 12 years.
Now Italy's Supreme Court in Rome has blamed his phone. Experts have predicted a flood of legal actions from victims.
Stricken Mr Marcolini last night warned: "People must be told the risks."
19th October 2012, The SunRead Full Article
Scientists have called for urgent research into links between mobile phones and cancer after it was revealed there has been a 50% increase in brain tumours since 1999.
Sun Health - 3rd May 2012Read Full Article
Surfing the internet on a laptop that is connected with wireless technology can damage sperm counts, a study suggests.
Daily Telegraph - 30th Nov 2011 (also highlighted on BBC News)Read Full Article
"There's no denying these gadgets are fun; my kids love them too," says Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff, Executive Director and CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World. "But these technologies are developing faster than our ability to understand potential health impacts.
Newswise - 22-11-2011Read Full Article
Mobile phones could be a 'health time bomb', say experts who are urging ministers to warn the public.
More than 200 academic studies link use of the devices with serious health conditions such as brain tumours, according to a group of leading scientists.
In a report published yesterday, they say the Government is underplaying the potentially 'enormous' health risks – especially for children, whose smaller, thinner skulls are more susceptible to radiation.
Daily Mail - 9th November 2011Read Full Article
Mobile phone users could be increasing their chances of developing brain cancer, experts have warned.
Scientists for the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) said radiofrequency electromagnetic fields associated with mobile handsets potentially increase the risk of glioma, a malignant type of the disease.
Daily Mirror - 1st June 2011Read Full Article
Mobile phones may increase the risk of developing brain cancer, an influential health organisation has said admitted for the first time.
Telegraph - 1st June 2011Read Full Article
MOBILE phones may cause brain cancer, world health chiefs claimed yesterday.
Some 30 scientists from 14 countries reviewed previous studies last week.
They concluded that electromagnetic fields from mobiles and other wireless devices presented an "increased risk" of glioma - a malignant type of brain cancer.
The Sun - 1st June 2011Read Full Article