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10 Years Ago Today: Steve Jobs Introduces the iPhone

Ten years ago today, the iPhone was born, offering features that revolutionized the communications industry, reports. From music to videos to photo options and face-to-face talk, things that once could only be imagined were suddenly available through a portable phone — and everybody wanted one.

Unfortunately, along with those magical features came something unwanted: radiation exposure from the radiofrequency waves the phones emitted. At first, many denied that cell phones could pose a danger. But as I’ve said all along, we now know that wireless phones and other gadgets have the potential to cause all sorts of health problems, from headaches to brain tumors, with young children being at greatest risk.

Of course, there are still naysayers, but if you look at independent studies not funded by industry, you’ll find that 67 percent have found negative biological effects from cell phone RF-EMFs. When you consider the fact that your body is bioelectric, it's easier to understand how and why biological damage from wireless phones might occur.

Today, outstanding scientists such as Devra Davis, Ph.D., an epidemiologist and author of the book, "Disconnect," are urging revised rules for cell phone standards and regulations. Until that happens, keep your cell phone usage to a minimum. Turn it off more often. Also try to avoid carrying it on your body, and never sleep with it near your head.

Wired headsets — properly shielded — will allow you to fend off EMF dangers. One of the best kinds of headsets uses a combination of shielded wire and air-tube. These operate like a stethoscope, transmitting the sound to your head as an actual sound wave.
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