CBSNews.com: Sleeping with Your Cell Phone is #1 Dumb Thing to Boost Your Possible Cancer Risk
-by B.N. Frank
Last month, CBSNews.com posted “Cell Phones & Cancer: 8 Dumb Things to Boost Your Possible Cancer Risk.”
#1 on their list: “Sleep with Your Cell Phone.”
Cell phones operate by using wireless (WiFi) radiation. WiFi is microwave radiation – like what cooks food in microwave ovens.
In 2011, The World Health Organization classified all sources of wireless (WiFi) radiation as a“Group 2B Possible Carcinogen.”
Some scientists believe there is enough research that proves it should be classified as a Group A Carcinogen.
When we are exposed to wireless (WiFi) radiation, we absorb it. Decades of research has proven this can be harmful.
- NBCNews.com: “Is Electrosmog Harming Our Health?”
- Paleo Magazine: “Electrical Pollution In Your Home: Why You Can’t Be Healthy In A Sick House”
CBSNews.com isn’t the first to recommend guidelines for safely using cell phones.
All new wireless technology emits wireless (WiFi) radiation. This includes cell phones, cell towers, WiFi routers, utility “Smart” Meters, and more.
This may prove to be problematic, especially for those who sleep with their beds on the opposite side of the wall of a utility “Smart Meter” or multiple “Smart Meters.”
Decades ago when cell phones were first introduced to the public, they were very expensive so most people didn’t own them. Many people had landlines in their homes. There were also plenty of public phone booths for everyone to use. Legendary superhero, Superman, frequently used phone booths to change into his uniform. They seemed to be on every corner of Metropolis.
Now that cell phones are less expensive, many people own them and it is common to sleep with them or keep them next to the bed. Corded landline phones don’t use wireless (WiFi) radiation to operate. However, . landline phones also emit Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) so
by exposure to Wireless (WiFi) Radiation and electronic devices even if you aren’t.
We are constantly warned about protecting ourselves and our loved ones from sun exposure. Many of us slather ourselves with high SPF lotion before we walk out the door every day. We wear hats and other protected clothing. But we are not constantly warned about protecting ourselves from wireless (WiFi) radiation exposure.