Cell Phone Radiation, Pregnancy and Sperm:
What you don’t know, what you need to find out, and what you can do now.
National Press Club Expert’s Forum, Nov. 12, 2012 (video)
Find out what the growing body of international science is saying about the risks from cell phone radiation to pregnant women, sperm and prenatally exposed offspring. In this video presentation, Dr. Devra Davis and several other leading scientists provide an update on latest (peer-reviewed) science of prenatal cellphone radiation exposures of tested mammals finding damage to their brains and their offspring. They also present on findings that cellphone radiation exposures cause human sperm damage.
- Cell phones use the same frequencies as microwave ovens.
- A 4 second cell phone call reduces sperm count, as well as carrying it in your pants pocket.
|Video posted Nov 17, 2012 by Toni SteinFeaturing:
• Hugh Taylor, Chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Yale Medical School (via link)
Cell phones are a ubiquitous part of our lives. But, several new, independent studies confirm previous findings that pulsed digital signals from cell phones disrupt DNA, impair brain function and damage sperm.
Fetuses, children and teens are particularly vulnerable such that the American Academy of Pediatrics sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission asking for a review of the exposure limits.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently issued a Report calling for an update of cell phone exposure limits. The GAO recommended, “FCC should formally reassess and, if appropriate, change its current RF energy exposure limit and mobile phone testing requirements related to likely usage configurations.” and FCC stated on page 40 of the GAO Report “…the Commission’s staff … arrived at the same conclusion [and the] document is … under consideration by the Commission …”.
“Smart” Technologies and Radio Frequency: An ElectroMagnetic Health Hazard (Feb 8, 2012): A panel discussion by nationally recognized experts on the health hazards presented by smart phones, smart meters, cellphones, WiFi, BlueTooth, and all other forms of wireless communication.