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Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

A California judge has ordered the state to release official documents that could indicate that cell phones pose a real, confirmed radiation danger, Alternet reports. California had sought to suppress the information, leading environmental health investigators to believe the documents contain warnings on the dangers.

It’s time for the truth about cell phone radiation to come out. I’ve pushed for this from the moment these phones became a commodity, and it’s not like I’m alone in this: The World Health Organization (WHO) years ago classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields linked with wireless phone use as possibly carcinogenic to humans (aka cancer-causing), with potential for "increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer." The WHO report was issued in 2011.

Additionally, the National Toxicology Program (NTP) recently concluded its "largest, most complex" two-year study on potential health hazards of cell phone use. They found that RF and EMF exposure increases brain tumors in rats and mice; and more significantly, in humans — one study shows that heavy cell phone use can quadruple your risk of deadly brain cancer!

Despite this, some "experts" think there's no reason for concern because they're viewing only the thermal effects of cell phones and how the body absorbs RF energy.

Cell phones are part of modern life, so my advice is to use them sparingly. Don't use wired baby monitors or let kids play with radiating cell phones, as biological consequences have been documented. Use a wired earpiece that keeps the phone the furthest from your head, and use landlines whenever possible.
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