Mobile phone firms cynically target children even though
they may be most vulnerable to the effects of radiation, a
leading scientist, Sir William Stewart, warned. Stewart
chaired the world's largest investigation into mobile phone
safety. The $100 billion a year mobile phone industry
asserts that there is no conclusive evidence of harmful
effects as a result of electromagnetic radiation.
US scientists tested mobile phone-style radiation on more
than 10,000 chicken embryos. Pregnant women have been warned
to be wary of using mobile phones after it was found
radiation produced by the devices caused defects in the
chicken embryos. The cell phone industry continues to
down-play the risk and defer to more research.
Children using mobile phones absorb as much as double the
amount of radiation through their heads as adults. Dr Om
Ghandi, a leading scientist and professor of electrical
engineering at the University of Utah found that young
children under 10 years of age could absorb radiation across
their entire brain. He found that more radiation is able to
go past the ear and into the head since a child's ear is
thinner and the telephone is closer to the head. All it
takes is two millimeters difference," Dr Ghandi said.
Until proven otherwise and technology becomes safe, children
including teens should not use mobile phones, at all,
because they are more at risk from the radiation, and their
cell growth and brain wave activity are not yet stable.
There is conclusive evidence that the phones have biological
effects on humans even where the radio frequency or
microwave radiation is emitted at very low levels.
Mobile phones and the new wireless technology could cause a
"whole generation" of today's teenagers to go senile in the
prime of their lives, research suggests. Professor Leif
Salford, who headed the research at Sweden's prestigious
Lund University, says "the voluntary exposure of the brain
to microwaves from hand-held mobile phones" is "the largest
human biological experiment ever".
Professor Salford and his team have spent 15 years
investigating microwave radiation. Their studies proved
radiation could open the blood-brain barrier, allowing a
protein called albumin to pass into the brain. Their latest
work shows the process is linked to serious brain damage.
Professor Salford said neurons that would normally not
become "senile" until people reached their 60s may now do so
when they were in their 30s. In addition, research indicates
that exposure to cell phones’ radiation causes red blood
cells to leak hemoglobin. Scientists exposed samples of
blood to microwave radiation and found that even at lower
levels than those emitted by cell phones, the blood cells
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