Category: Mobile Phones

How to properly read a scientific paper–Adolescent brain tumours and mobile phones.

August 17, 2011.  Scientific documents published in peer-reviewed journals are intended to be read by scientists with specific areas of specialization.   A layperson, a journalist and even a scientist–who specializes in a different field–may find reading and… Read More

International Experts’ Perspective on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR).

June 11, 2011 (updated as of July 2018).   Below are some of the key resolutions, appeals, and declarations released by expert scientific groups around the world since 1998, regarding the biological and health effects of both low frequency electromagnetic… Read More

Workers Health and Safety Centre, Radiation from Cell Phones

June 6, 2011.  The Workers’ Health and Safety Centre is quick to respond to the World Health Organizations classification of radio frequency radiation as a “possible human carcinogen”.  They list precautionary measures recommended by the European Environment Agency… Read More

WHO’s new classification of RFR: What does this mean for Canada?

June 5, 2011.  The World Health Organization classifies radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic.  What does this mean for Canadians? After a week-long meeting in Lyon, France, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)—an arm of the World… Read More

May 2011: A month in review-IARC, WHO radio frequency possible human carcinogen; PACE dangers of electromagnetic fields

May 2011.  A Month in Review.  A lot has happened during the month of May in the EMR arena.  1. Scientists with strong Industry ties no longer tolerated as “experts” on International Panel. It is well know that… Read More