Dr. Weeks’ Comment: Put your cell phone on speaker mode and don’t touch it when you are talking to people.
From Paul Doyen – well worth reading
Worth a read before you go to bed with your phone again.
The National Toxicology Program is part of the US Department of Health and Human Services. Formed in the 1970s, the program’s stated mission is to identify chemicals or other agents that could pose a threat to public health.
The NTP is currently conducting a multi-year, multi-phase, $25-million rodent study looking into health harms associated with the kinds of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) emitted by your phone. In a surprise move last year, the NTP chose to publish “partial findings” after concluding the first phase of its study. In its summary of those findings, the report states: “These studies found low incidences of malignant gliomas in the brain and schwannomas in the heart of male rats exposed to RFR of the two types . . . currently used in US wireless networks.”
Speaking to the media after his program published its report, NTP associate director John Bucher said, “Overall we feel that the tumors are, in fact, likely to be related to the [RFR] exposures.” Bucher had to clarify this point several times because, after soliciting expert comment on his program’s findings, some reviewers took issue with the study’s design and conclusions.
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