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The global movement for governments to err on the side of electro-magnetic caution got a huge boost this month. The Council of Europe has issued a new draft resolution and report on device radiation safety that urges its 47 member nations to adopt a “precautionary principle” when it comes to cell phone safety. Such a principle would apparently include banning all mobile phones, DECT phones, WiFi and WLAN systems from classrooms as a measure to protect children.
Yes, you read that right. Here’s resolution 8.3.2 of the draft: “ban all mobile phones, DECT phones or WiFi or WLAN systems from classrooms and schools, as advocated by some regional authorities, medical associations and civil society organisations.”

The document will be discussed by the Council’s Parliamentary Assembly at their meeting in Kyev, Ukraine on Friday. Authored by Luxembourg MP and Green Party activist Jean Huss, it contends that even if science isn’t certain about low frequency radiation emanating from mobile phones and power lines, its member states should recognize that these devices “appear” to have “more or less potentially harmful, non-thermal, biological effects on plants, insects and animals, as well as the human body when exposed to levels that are below the official threshold values.”

Despite the tentative conclusions of extant research on this problem, the report urges governments to “respect the precautionary principle” and revise their estimates of the levels at which non-ionising radiation can be regarded as unsafe.
“Waiting for high levels of scientific and clinical proof can lead to very high health and economic costs, as was the case in the past with asbestos, leaded petrol and tobacco.”

Anxieties and fears
It’s not every day that one reads an international report that more or less implies that using your iPhone might be as dangerous as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. But the Council’s stated mission is to “develop throughout Europe common and democratic principles,” and it’s clear that public worries over this issue will not wait for conclusive scientific research on the question of the impact of non-ionising frequencies on the human body.

This draft is obviously responsive to that global mood:
The potentially harmful effects of electromagnetic fields on the environment and human health have not yet been fully elucidated and a number of scientific uncertainties continue to exist in that regard. Nevertheless, anxieties and fears remain in wide sectors of the population over the health hazards posed by the waves, and also of the demands voiced by high-level scientists, by groupings of doctors and by the associations of concerned citizens which abound in many Council of Europe member states.
The resolution urges governments “to take all reasonable measures to reduce exposure to electromagnetic fields, especially to radio frequencies from mobile phones, and particularly the exposure to children and young people who seem to be most at risk from head tumours.” These would include launching “information and awareness-raising campaigns” on their supposed risks.

And the document wants Europe to “pay particular attention” to “electrosensitive” people, defined as those “suffering from a syndrome of intolerance to electromagnetic fields and introduce special measures to protect them, including the creation of wave-free areas not covered by the wireless network.”

This category of sensitivity would presumably include Mrs. Janice Tunnicliffe of the United Kingdom. The Telegraph reports that the Nottinghamshire woman “cannot bear to be anywhere near electromagnetic fields of any kind,” including television sets, radio, or mobile phones.
iPhones “make me feel really sick within about 20 minutes of being near one,” Tunnicliffe told the newspaper. “Wifi makes me feel like I have a clamp at the back of my head which is squeezing the life out of me.”

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This Council report is no doubt being read with interest here in San Francisco—my neck of the Ars Orbiting HQ. The city has been in a tizzy over the mobile phone radiation question for about a year, but recently backtracked on its cell phone emissions disclosure law, which would have required mobile phone retailers to display the Specific Absorption Rates of their devices in the show rooms. Fear of lawsuits from the mobile phone industry appears to have been the reason for taking the ordinance back to the drawing board.
The Euro-draft says that skepticism about the safety of these devices is understandable, given the recent past.

“It is certain that one cause of public anxiety and mistrust of the communication efforts of official safety agencies and governments lies in the fact that a number of past health crises or scandals,” the document notes, “such those involving asbestos, contaminated blood, PCBs or dioxins, lead, tobacco smoking and more recently H1N1 flu were able to happen despite the work or even with the complicity of national or international agencies nominally responsible for environmental or health safety.”

Other recommendations include encouraging governments to “pay heed to and protect ‘early warning’ scientists” and formulating “a human rights oriented definition” of precautionary ALARA (“as low as reasonably achievable”) emissions principles.

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While there are no conclusive studies showing a link between cellphone use and cancer and many experts believe there is no link at all, the World Health Organisation suggested earlier this month that mobile use should be classified as “possibly carcinogenic” and further investigated.
In today’s connected world it’s not practical to suggest we do away with mobiles altogether, however if you’re concerned there are some commonsense steps you can take to reduce your exposure.

KEEP SOME DISTANCE BETWEEN YOU
Moving the phone just a centimetre away from your body can dramatically reduce radiation exposure. Signal strength has a “square relationship” with distance so when you double the distance of the cellphone from your body, the signal strength is four times less and if you triple the distance it’s nine times less and so on. You could also try and carry your phone in a bag or briefcase, rather than in your pocket.

LIMIT TALK TIME
Try and keep conversations short, or switch to a landline if you can. If you don’t need to physically speak to the other person consider texting, emailing or instant messaging them instead.

USE A HEADSET OR SPEAKERPHONE
Both these options will keep your phone away from your head. You may still be exposed to some radiation when using a headset, but it’s a lot – more than 90 per cent – less.

TURN IT OFF WHEN NOT IN USE
This may seem to defeat the purpose of having a cellphone but there are times when turning off your phone, or at least turning off the cellular radio by switching to flight mode, is not so inconvenient, such as when you’re asleep.

AVOID USING YOUR MOBILE WHEN SIGNAL IS WEAK
The further away you are from the cell tower, the harder your phone has to work to get a signal and the harder your phone has to work, the greater the radiation it emits.
KEEP STILL WHEN TALKING
If you’re moving from place to place the phone will have to work harder to ensure you keep your signal.

CHECK RADIATION RATINGS
Cellphone manufacturers are required to publish the specific absorption rates (SARs) of their phones – which indicate the amount of energy absorbed into tissue when held against the body. The maximum rate allowed is 2 watts per kilogram. Experts warn not to put too much weight on these ratings, as the way phones are tested may not reflect how they are used, but they at least give you some idea of a phone’s emissions.

WHAT IS CELLPHONE RADIATION?
Cellphones communicate using radio frequency signals, which can penetrate your body if the handset is held close. The amount of radiation emitted by cellphones differs from model to model, and depends on factors such as how hard the phone is working to find and keep a signal. The harder the phone is working the greater the radiation.
If cellphone use does pose a risk, many experts believe children will be especially vulnerable, given they are likely to begin using mobiles earlier and have smaller heads and thinner skulls than adults.

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Some companies have manufactured shields that they claim will block or reduce radiation, but the United States’ consumer protection agency the Federal Trade Commission has found no evidence the shields perform as promised.

Israeli firm Tawkon has developed a smartphone app that claims to monitor cellphone radiation exposure and alert users when exposure is likely to be high. Tawkon says the app – which has not been independently verified – does this by measuring the ‘specific absorption rate’ (SAR) of the phone at any given time, taking into account factors such as the position and proximity of the phone to the body using GPS and data from the phone’s accelerometers.

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HOUSTON — It is the first thing she does in the morning and the last thing she does at night.
It continues in class when the teacher isn’t looking and even in the middle of a busy downtown street.
Nothing – including a reporter’s pesky questions – are enough to slow Johnetta Parker’s thumbs from firing off text messages on her cellphone.
“I send around 1,300 texts a day,” the 15-year-old giggled outside the clothing store Forever 21 with two of her friends. “As soon as I open my eyes, before I brush my teeth, I check my phone and send a text to one of my friends.”
Is Johnetta at an increased risk of rare forms of brain cancer because of her heavy cellphone use? Or is her habit of texting instead of talking keeping her out of harm’s way?
A recent World Health Organization study suggested a possible link between cellphone use and cancer, but early news reports didn’t differentiate between talking and texting.
In fact, said Dr. Jonathan Samet, the chairman of the WHO advisory panel, when it comes to cellphones, it may be considerably safer to text than talk.

“The highest exposures (of radiation) to the brain come with ’on ear’ use,” said Samet, a physician and epidemiologist. “Those (exposures) with texting or hands-free technology are lower.”
Take that, Mom and Dad.
But neuro-oncologist Dr. Charles Conrad, a talker more than a texter, isn’t worried.
“These cancer scares tied to cellphones crop up every few years, it seems, but there are also many studies that are negative – they don’t show any risk or relationship at all,” said the brain cancer specialist at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. “This latest report is going to be published in the journal Lancet on July 1. Then we’ll be able to look at all the data.”
Conrad has three offspring, 16, 20 and 23. They carry cellphones, he said, “and I wouldn’t tell them to stop – even if I could – unless I had definitive evidence.”

The WHO report classified cellphones as “possibly carcinogenic to humans.”
Also in that category are pesticides, dry-cleaning chemicals, engine exhaust, pickled vegetables, coffee and titanium dioxide, which is commonly found in toothpaste.
“This is such a mild class of carcinogen,” Conrad said, “I’m not going to tell the kids to stop using toothpaste, either.”
Eating 24 jars of pickles in a single day could be dangerous, too, joked New York City columnist, blogger and author Lenore Skenazy. In 2009 she wrote “Free Range Kids: How to Raise Safe Self-Reliant Children Without Going Nuts with Worry.”

Hyperprotective parents are a favorite Skenazy target, and she thinks this latest news from WHO will only feed those paranoid parental fears.
“People will wave this study around and not worry about nuance or that it is not conclusive,” Skenazy said. “We’re trained to go into hysteria mode when anything so much as hints that we’re all mortal.”
Skenazy has two teenage sons, and she has no worries that their cellphones will give them cancer. She did almost have a heart attack, however, when she saw one son cross a busy New York street with his eyes on his phone instead of the oncoming traffic.
“I, too, find checking my messages almost irresistible,” Skenazy said. “Who knows,” she added tongue-in-cheek, “it could be a job offer. Or maybe a compliment.”

Educator and author Rosalind Wiseman, who wrote “Queen Bees and Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends, and Other Realities of Adolescence,” said she had to laugh when she heard about the tenuous connection between cellphones and cancer.
“If we need a fear of cancer to help us establish healthy boundaries with cellphones, then I’ll take it,” said Wiseman, based in Washington D.C. “I work with thousands and thousands of kids every year, and their cellphones are like appendages, like limbs.”
No surprise, most of the cellphone use that Wiseman observes involves texting, not actually talking.

Texting has increased dramatically over the past four to five years and teens are doing a whole lot of it, “ said Amanda Lenhart, a senior research specialist at the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project. ” This is the dominant way of communicating on a daily basis for teenagers, which is not to say they’re not talking face to face or calling on the phone, too. “

Half of all American teens send 50 or more text messages a day, or 1,500 texts a month, and one in three sends more than 100 texts a day or more than 3,000 texts a month, according to ” Teens and Mobile Phones, “ a report released last year by the research center.
According to the report, teen girls ages 14-17 lead the charge on text messaging, averaging 100 messages a day.

” A lot of teens send a lot of text messages, but there are certainly outliers who send hundreds, perhaps more, a each day, “ Lenhart said.

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Re: “Scientists issue warning on cellphone cancer risk; Emissions may be carcinogenic, world health agency says,” The Journal, June 1.
Anyone who is concerned about the minimal radiation emitted from cellphones ought to be terrified by a much larger source of EMR, a source that is active 24 hours a day and has been affecting our species for longer than we’ve been a species: the sun. Compared to that cancerous time bomb, all of this talk of dangerous BlackBerrys and iPhones starts to look a lot like fearmongering and catering to conspiracy theorists.

The World Health Organization news release is tentative, at best.
Most concerning is the fact that only one study was quoted to support the link between cellphones and cancer. Curiously, the study, which came out in 2004, came to the opposite conclusion at the time: that there was no significant reason to believe cellphone radiation is carcinogenic.

This would be non-news if the public didn’t eat it up.
Cellphones are currently classified as 2B carcinogens. That sounds alarming, but closer examination suggests it is really a holding place for things that have never been proven to be carcinogenic, but have never been proven not to be, either.
Other 2B carcinogens include diesel fuel, coffee and pickled vegetables -hardly the world-destroying threat some news stations are making cellphones out to be.

Let’s talk real carcinogenic threats: known carcinogens. Let’s talk alcohol, or airport scanners that no independent scientist has been allowed to study. Let’s talk asbestos or the pollution from burning fossil fuels. Let’s talk about that big ball of cancer in the sky.

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While research on the area of cell phones causing cancer has remained inconclusive, the recent study by the WHO has once again opened a can of worms.

The World health Organization now lists mobile phone use in the same “carcinogenic hazard” category as lead, engine exhaust and chloroform. Before this announcement, the WHO had assured cell phone users that no adverse effects had been established.

A brief synopsis of the study undertaken by the WHO – A team of 31 scientists from 14 countries, made the decision after reviewing peer-reviewed studies on cell phone safety. The team found enough evidence to categorize personal exposure as “possibly carcinogenic to humans.” What that means is they found some evidence of increase in glioma and acoustic neuroma brain cancer for mobile phone users, but have not been able to draw conclusions for other types of cancers You can download the full WHO report here.

Contradictory points of view – ABC news reports that some are wondering why, if there truly is a link between cancer and cell phone usage, there has not been a spike in brain cancer cases in the recent years, as cell phone usage has gone up dramatically. Of course time is a major issue as tumors take years and even decades to develop.

Previous research – At least 30 studies conducted in the last 5 years, on the same topic, have tried and failed to establish links between cell phone usage and cancer. One such study from Denmark (2007), studied 4,20,000 people and failed to find a link between cell phone use and cancer. Participants were tracked by matching phone records to people in the Danish cancer registry, who were diagnosed with cancer. Among the 4,20,000 callers tracked through 2002, 14,249 cancers were diagnosed — less than the 15,001 predicted by national cancer rates. The study did not find an increased risk for tumours either.

It’s better to be safer than sorry – Prevention, as we all know, is the much better alternative. Let the experts debate about whether we all face the risk of brain cancer with cell phone usage. While there is still no conclusive evidence, we should all take steps in avoiding this hazard instead of risking it. A hands-free is a must if you do talk on the cell phone a lot.

Tips to cut back on cell phone usage and reduce radiation – 1. Use the landline when possible. 2. Send an sms instead. Voice calls expose you to the highest amount of radiation. 3. Buy a phone with low SAR. When buying a mobile phone, opt for one that has a low SAR or Specific Absorption Rate. An ideal rate is <0.6 W/Kg. 4. Wait for a strong signal. Try to use your cell phone only when the signal quality is good. Cell phones emit much more energy seeking a strong signal when the reception is low. 5. Keep calls short.

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HOUMA — News that radiation from cellphones could cause brain cancer isn’t getting local doctors to hang up their mobile devices. But there are steps you can take to reduce your risk if you’re worried about the link.

The World Health Organization announced last week that it is including cellphones in the same cancer-risk category as engine exhaust, lead, coconut oil and coffee.

Things like cigarette smoke, which are certain to cause cancers, are listed at a top level of concern.
Jeffrey Long, a radiation oncologist at the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at Terrebonne General Medical Center, said the announcement doesn’t mean there’s a definite link.
“The evidence they have is not definite,” Long said. “They cannot conclusively say it does or it doesn’t, but there is some evidence that raises the possibility.”

Deepak Awasthi, a staff physician at Thibodaux Regional Medical Center, said he’s been a neurosurgeon for 20 years and hasn’t found a link between cancer and cellphone use.
“We still don’t know what causes tumors,” Awasthi said. “Something happens in the genes that leads to tumor growth, whether it’s something we’re born with or something that’s triggered by our environment.”

The World Health Organization study found some evidence of an increase in malignant and benign brain tumors in mobile-phone users.
Radiation can be a scary word, Long said, but you have to understand the type of radiation emitted by cell phones. It is non-ionizing type, different from the radiation emitted by X-ray machines or radiation therapy. Cell-phone radiation is more the kind that comes off microwave ovens.

Most Courier and Daily Comet readers said the possible link between cancer and cellphones wouldn’t make them change their mobile habits.
Dana Aucoin, 41, of Thibodaux said she started texting more and using her speaker phone before the news broke.
“Nowadays it seems like just about everything we come in contact with is linked to some form of cancer,” said Wayne Beasley, 35, of Kenner.

Donna Outlaw-Plank, a Walker resident, said she’s more aware of how often she has her cell phone at her side.
“When I heard a doctor speak of sleeping with them less than 5 feet away from you all night, it got me to thinking. I now keep my cell on a chest of drawers instead of my night stand,” Outlaw-Plank said. “It also makes me think of where it is when I’m in my car — it’s less than 5 feet away.”

Long suggests residents talk to their doctors if they’re concerned about the possible link between cellphones and cancer.
“We’re all frustrated because we just don’t know. More research is needed, and I don’t think there’s going to be any new or definite research in the near future,” Long said.

If you are concerned, there are a few things you can do to minimize your exposure:
– Use a headset or an earpiece.
– Turn your cell phone off at night.
– When choosing a new phone, check the specific-absorption rate, or the amount of radio-frequency energy absorbed by the body. Many cellphone manufacturers will likely start touting lower SAR levels, Long said. The Federal Communications Commission’s SAR limit for public exposure is 1.6 watts per kilogram.
Don’t fall for radiation-shield devices that claim to block you from cellphone radiation, Long said. There’s no evidence these devices work.

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A report from the World Health Organization has revealed that the radiation transmitted by mobile phones can be potentially carcinogenic. What many phone users don’t realise is that there is a solution.
A new report from the World Health Organization (WHO)/Interactional Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) released last week has revealed that radiation transmitted by mobile phones is potentially carcinogenic, based on an increased risk for a malignant type of brain cancer associated with mobile phone use. What most consumers don’t realise is that there is solution to dramatically lower their potential exposure – by making use of a hands-free device.

While a valid health concern, just as consumers aren’t going to stay indoors because they are afraid of sun damage, they won’t stop using cell phones due to fear of radiation. With over 40 million mobile phone users in South Africa, mobile phones have become a part of our daily routine for communicating with others and are here to stay. In a press release issued by the IARC* the agency further recommended reducing exposure through the use of headsets stating, ”Given the potential consequences for public health of this classification and findings, it is important that additional research be conducted into the long‐term, heavy use of mobile phones. Pending the availability of such information, it is important to take pragmatic measures to reduce exposure such as hands‐free devices or texting.”

Using a hands-free device can reduce the exposure to radiation by 800 times, drastically lowering the exposure from max 2 watts from mobile phones to 0.0025 watts max output for Bluetooth hands-free devices and zero watts for corded devices.

“As our phones get smarter, so we need to get smarter on how we use them and thereby protect ourselves,” says Scott Corry, Business Unit Manager for Jabra at Kathea. “Consumers should be aware of potential radiation exposure from excessive mobile phone use, however, rather than feel threatened by this consumers should look to the market to find a solution that will assist them in mitigating their exposure – like using a Bluetooth headset.”

New survey results, sponsored by Jabra, a world leader in innovative hands-free solutions, show that despite the potential risk, 25% of respondents said that radiation exposure doesn’t concern them at all and 61% said that it concerns them a little. Remarkably, however, when informed that it is scientifically proven that using a Bluetooth headset actually reduces exposure to phone radiation, 53% of respondents said that they would use a hands-free device.

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The dangers from cell phones are thought to come from the release of radiation that occurs during use. In the research released by IARC today scientists said they aren’t sure of just how great an increased risk cell phone radiation represents, or even how the impact occurs.

Indeed, unlike traditional ionizing radiation which is used for x-rays and is known to increase the risk of cancer in large doses, the radiation emitted by cell phones is “non ionizing” – which means it is not likely to contain enough energy to cause the cell changes linked to disease.

But that said, the epidemiological data is hard to ignore. Indeed, IARC reports that studies show a clear association between the frequency of cell phone use and diagnosis of brain tumors.

Still, the IARC is stopping short of making any public health recommendations concerning cell phone use and an increased risk of cancer.

However, they do say that if you want to reduce your exposure to radiation text your messages instead , or use a wired hands-free headset when you make your calls. Both actions will keep the phone ( the source of radiation) away from the side of your head, where any suspected radiation can have a direct impact on the brain.

It’s important to note that a large 12,000 person, multi-country study published last year found no links between cell phone use and brain cancer. In some 30 studies conducted in Europe, New Zealand and the United States, patients diagnosed with brain tumors reported no greater cell phone use than those who did not develop tumors.

Moreover, there has been no increase in the diagnosis of brain tumors in the two decades that cell phone use has been a part of our lives. While that picture might change within the next decade, for right now there is no obvious correlation doctors can make.

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If you’re freaked out by the World Health Organization’s announcement that cell phones are possibly carcinogenic to humans, you should know that there are measures you can take to minimize your exposure to radiation without abandoning your beloved electronic leash.

CNN offers some tips for keep some distance between your and your phone, including:
*Use a wired earpiece. You don’t have to press the phone up against your head to talk. Just attach an earpiece and keep your phone, say, on your desk as you blather away.

*Don’t talk on the move. When you talk while driving, your phone can emit more radiation because it’s working harder to connect to a continually changing series of towers. By staying put, you can limit the energy your phone outputs.

*Text rather than talk. If you need to tell a friend to say, “meet me at the store,” tapping out a text is quicker than making a phone call, waiting for your friend to pick up and leaving a voice mail. Carrying on long conversations via text, however, defeats the purpose.
If you’re concerned about cell phone radiation, what do you do to keep your distance?

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Today’s findings come on the heels of a study released last week by the Environmental Health Trust, which found that radiation from cell phone use can cause an alarming number of biological effects including impacting DNA in ovarian cells.
Indeed, this research group reported that signals emanating from cell phones had the ability to fragment DNA in ovarian cells, and that even brief exposure to mild electromagnetic fields during pregnancy was enough impact bone formation in fetuses.

Moreover this group of scientists also found that the more exposure to cell phone radiation that occurred, the greater the chance that the radiation would pass the important blood-brain barrier, thus supporting today’s finding that cell phone use can increase the risk of brain cancer. Today, some 5 billion people worldwide regularly use cell phones.

Although the study by the Environmental Health Trust was conducted on animals and not humans, in a statement released to the press the scientists stated that the rat brains used in the studies “ can be used to correspond to the brains of human teenagers”.

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