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Hyenas: is a mobile phone harmful to health? Here's how to prevent it – | Telephony Suggestions


In the episode last night of November 19, 2019 broadcast hyenaswe returned to discuss the risks of using the telephone for human health. Does a mobile phone cause cancer? This question appears Matteo Viviani in his service and to whom he turns Dr. Fiorella Belpoggi, Director of the Ramazzini Cancer Research Center in Bologna.

Le Iene's first visit to the Research Center dates back to 2013, a period when some scholars led, such as Dr. Soffritti experiments to check the electromagnetic field damage in some animals. Now the Centro Ramazzini study has come to some conclusions.

According to Dr. Fiorella Belpoggi the evidence collected would confirm the danger: a telephone is a device that can have significant negative consequences also for human health due to propagated electromagnetic waves.

Hyenas also show some tests carried out with researchers to show how the electric field strength decreases by moving the phone away from the head (in terms of volts per meter).

What's more, the worst connection points seem to be a car and a train because a cell phone that tries to stay connected to the network emits more radiation.


Source: Hyenas

Then they are presented some allegedly "Victims" benign brain tumors, which somehow appear to be associated with particularly heavy use of the phone, up to 5 or 7 hours a day. In particular, it is worth noting that the tests carried out and the results presented are based on the assumption that the telephone should be at the ear to speak.

In fact, what has been described so far concerns real telecommunications (not only between cellular devices, since the risk of electromagnetic waves propagated by radio, television, computers and other products is studied), i.e. connections between two cellular phones, not their simple use as a smartphone (which would in any case expose users to radio frequencies).

In this regard it is cited scandal "Phonegate" explode thanks to the French doctor Marc Arazi, who discovered how to do it some tests of some known manufacturers to certify emission limits were carried out by testing cell phones at a distance from the ear.

In other words, some manufacturers previously certified limits with outdated techniques (used up to twenty years ago when cell phone usage was very low) and simulating telephone calls away from the body, even 1.5 centimeters from the human ear, which, as Matteo Viviani notes, is at least an unnatural use.

In this connection, it is recalled that other tests on the distance and intensity of electromagnetic fields were also carried out in section Oil issued in February this year.

In general, between the damage to human health caused by use during the connection and the damage generated by the smartphone kept even in a state of "non-use", Dr Fiorella Belpoggi increases the chance of cancer by 1.4% as a result of excessive smartphone use.

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The service ends with municipal councils, to help people reduce risk. First of all, it is recommended (as expected) to avoid holding the cell phone to your ear, using a speakerphone or headphones, preferably not wireless. Secondly, it is advisable not to keep Teflon close to the heart or private parts and not use it in moving vehicles.

At night, it is recommended not to keep the phone in bed or under the pillow, but to leave it, although turned on, at least a meter from the bed. Finally, if you want to provide a smartphone to children for fun or for fun, it is recommended to first activate the so-called airplane mode.

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