The Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution2 October 2015
Consumer Reports (CR) published an article today entitled, "Does Cell-Phone Radiation Cause Cancer?"
In the article, CR advises cell phone users take safety precautions, government strengthen cell phone radiation regulations, and manufacturers prominently display "steps that cell-phone users can take to reduce exposure to cell-phone radiation."
"The Federal Communications Commission's cell-phone radiation test is based on the devices' possible effect on large adults, though research suggests that children's thinner skulls mean they may absorb more radiation.
Consumer Reports agrees with concerns raised by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Government Accountability Office about the tests, and thinks that new tests should be developed that take into account the potential vulnerability of children.
We think that cell-phone manufacturers should prominently display advice on steps that cell-phone users can take to reduce exposure to cell-phone radiation."
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W.E.E.P. The Canadian initiative to stop: Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution