Cell Phones and
Mobile are Outsourcing Health Risks Including Cancer Part 2
Cell Phone Radiation Protection
Mobile Phone Radiation Protection
Trifield Electromagnetic Field
The committee of eight members, which included
representatives of the Ministry of Health, Department of
Biotechnology secretary and member of the Telecommunications
Department, recommended that mobile phones do not meet
standard levels of specific absorption rate (SAR) - a
measure of the amount of radiofrequency energy absorbed by
the body while using a phone - should be BANNED. He said
mobile towers should not be installed near residential areas
with high density, schools, playgrounds and hospitals..
Dr. RS Sharma, ICMR scientist who represented the department
of health in the committee, said the findings are based on
case studies presented by different experts. He added that
the recommendations would be used to formulate a national
policy and guidelines Electromagnetic frequency (EMF)
radiation for telecommunications towers.
"In the case of a person using a mobile phone/cell phone,
most of the heating occurs on the surface of the head,
causing its temperature to rise by a fraction of a degree.
Cerebral blood flow is able to dispose of this excess by
increasing local blood flow and increase body temperature,
"says the report. He said that non-thermal effects of cell
phone use - attributed to electromagnetic effects induced
within the cells of the organism - are more harmful.
"People who are chronically exposed to low-emission antenna
wireless and mobile phone users have reported feeling
several unspecific symptoms during and after use, ranging
from burning and tingling in the head skin, fatigue and
sleep disturbances, dizziness, poor concentration, ringing
in the ears, the reaction time, memory loss, headaches,
digestive disorders and heart palpitations, "says report.
The committee said that compared with Europeans, Indians
cell phone/mobile users are at higher risk for adverse
effects of radiation in the country because of the warm
tropical climate, low body mass index, and low fat content.
"We recommended an amendment to the Indian Telegraph Act
1885 and the rules so that only the mobile handsets that
meet radiation standards should be allowed in the country,"
The report suggests that children, adolescents and pregnant
women should avoid excessive use of cell phone/mobile phone.
People in general should use hands-free technology to
minimize the contact of the head with a cell phone. "People
with active medical implants should keep their mobile/cell
phone at least 30 cm from the implant," he adds. Said Girish
Many children, adolescents and pregnant women are not
satisfied with a mobile phone they buy dual sim mobile
phones. Various models of mobile phones are to come and draw
attraction. Touch screen mobile phone is becoming the most
beloved cell phone. Beware of health hazards by radiation
before buying and overuse, says the study report.
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