Thursday, 5 July 2018

Does Smartphone Radiation Cause Cancer? Must Read

Does using a mobile phone result to cancer or other diseases? Scientists have been arguing for a long time. To clarify the facts, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asked the National Institutes of Health's National Toxicology Program to launch a special study.

According to the British "Daily Mail" reported on February 3, the National Institutes of Health National Toxicology (NTP) program was first published on February 2, a large-scale research report, alleging cancer and cell phone radiation related.
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The report showed that in addition to a rare heart disease in 6% of male rats exposed to mobile phones, preliminary findings did not reveal the potential risks of other cancers. But researchers in the field warned that the discovery sparked a "worrying area."

Smartphones and other wireless devices emit a small amount of low-frequency microwave radiation when connecting to the network and transmitting information. This energy is far less powerful than ultraviolet radiation or X-ray energy, but new research has further confirmed that even microwave radiation can cause health problems at high doses.

In this multi-million dollar study, NTP researchers placed mice and mice in high-level radiation for up to 18 hours a day and alternated every 10 minutes. When a mobile phone tries to connect to a weak network signal or transmits a large amount of information, the radiation will proliferate.

Experts warn that it is these different exposures that pose a safety hazard to mobile devices.

John Bucher, co-author of the study, said: "Our final findings are the same as those we published in 2016." Early detection and later studies have shown that there is a history of cardiac schwannomas in mice. "Significant differences in data."

From a statistical point of view, the incidence of other cancers is no higher than the prevalence of the rats expected by the researchers, as the larger the animals are more sensitive to radiation. The latest findings of NTP have not been formally reviewed, but Dr. Bucher said, “This research is crucial because they give us a starting point for exploring new areas.”
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