Government Bodies

Around the World, both local and national governmental bodies have raised questions over the safety of mobile cell phones.  Whilst not always conclusive, they frequently highlight a general feeling of disquiet over the safety of phones, particularly when used in real world situations as opposed to laboratory test conditions.

Several key points emerge.  Most legislative organisations recommend reducing exposure to EMF / RF, particularly in the case of children, identifying that their bodies are smaller and in a developmental stage and therefore may be far more vulnerable than adults - though few realise that the test dummy, known as a ‘phantom’ is the size of a 220lb male.

It is frequently reported that evidence of risk from mobile cell phones is inconclusive, though of course the converse is also true, that evidence for the safety of phones (other than meeting legislated standards) is also inconclusive.



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