An Ounce of Technological Prevention Avoids a Pound of Cellular Radiation Cure
It would be difficult to find a consumer who hasn’t at least once in exasperation wished they could turn their cell phone off and walk away. What – if anything – would provide enough incentive to make that fleeting wish a permanent reality separating them from their ubiquitous lifeline to the world around them?
Could the rising threat of personal harm, or worse, an increased threat to the health of their children, in the form of the dreaded “C” word – cancer – provide sufficient motivation to end the average individual’s addiction to smartphones, or is there another solution eliminating the source of the threat preventing consumers from having to face this untenable choice?
Concern over the deleterious effects of human exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy in the form of cellular phone communication signals continues to increase with a growing field of study. While universal
consensus has not been found, scientists, watchdog groups, and governments around the world are raising the alarm to a problem that in the end could dwarf the impact of the now universally accepted causal link between cancer and cigarette smoking.
This white paper below discusses emerging research concerning the impact RF energy is having on human beings, how cellular phones represent a substantive source of exposure to consumers, and how a commercially available technological solution easily added to cellular phones can effectively mitigate the risk without negatively impacting signal quality and with little to no impact on current cell phone design and manufacturing. Equipped with this information, readers can assess the influence RF energy may have in their day-to-day lives, take proactive action to reduce exposure, and make informed decisions about future smartphone purchases for themselves and their families