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The Weston Price Foundation carries a good article in its winter magazine on The effects of smart phones on the blood. January 2015
The Environmental Health Trust's rebuttal of the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA)'s claims that there no evidence of health effects from cellphones and other wireless device. It is a lengthy document but the Ecexutive summary will give you the gist. November 2013
Keeping cell phone in bra may lead to breast cancer - video report from KTVU.com March 2013
The Case for Why Mobile Phone Radiation is a Probable Carcinogen - New research published in Pathophysiology in May 2013 by Dr Devra Davies and colleagues.
Italian court rules that there was a 'causal link' between Innocente Marcolini's brain tumour and his extensive use of a mobile phone and awards 80% disablity allowance. October 2012
Mobile phones and radiation.
Commenting on a Health Protection Agency press release in September 2009, Dr Andrew Goldsworthy wrote an excellent overview of the current situation as seen by the authorities and by the somewhat less complacent scientists working in the area – and even suggests a way forward. It provides an excellent introduction to the subject.
The signals from the tetra phone masts that power the communications systems for the police and emergency services are not only more powerful than the standard phone mast signals, but they are 'modulated' in such a way as they can penetrate thick buildings, and do so 24/7. Unfortunately this modulation interferes with the brain wavepatterns of the human sleep cycle –and therefore the sleep patterns of anyone within their ambit. An excellent post from Inspired Choice. 11/11
Mobilewise report – Mobile phone health risks: the case for action to protect children. More that 200 studies linking mobile phone use with serious health problems. 11/11
BMJ 09/11 – Use of mobile phones and risk of brain tumours: update of Danish cohort study. Conclusions In this update of a large nationwide cohort study of mobile phone use, there were no increased risks of tumours of the central nervous system, providing little evidence for a causal association.
Health risks from mobile phone radiation – why the experts disagree. Useful short article from the European Environmental Agency on the precautionary principle as applied to mobile telephony. 10/11
Cell (mobile) phone masts – a cause of sleep deprivation. A Townsend Letter article suggesting that radiaiton from mobile phone masts has caused the dramatic rise in the number of Americans taking prescription drugs to help them sleep: from 15% in 2002 to 40% in 2009. 05/11
GSM (AT&T / T-mobile) phones emit more electromagnetic radiation than CDMA (Verizon/Sprint) phones with the same SAR rating – recommendations for the safer use of mobile phones. 05/11
Reasons why God might not be too keen on having phone masts installed on church spires... Dr Andrew Goldsworthy points some of the disadvantages – and directs attention to the research linking increased incidence of adult mortality and childhood leukemia and lymphoma to proximity to the Vatican radio transmitters. May 2011
Priority measures aimed at protecting Russian children from mobile phones– courtesy of EMFields - 05/11
The Interphone study – costing over £15 million and out of date before it is published – can the UN's International Agency for Research on Cancer's report tell us anything useful? 05/10
The science behind the health effects of mobile telephony and suggestions as to how these effects could be mitigated: Dr Andrew Goldsworthy's Witness Statement for the Standing Committee on Health of the Canadian House of Commons. 05/10
Canadian government clashes with health experts over the installation of mobile phone masts – report from Merritt News. May 2010
Making mobile phones safer. Dr Andrew Goldsworthy explains why increasing the power of mobile base stations endangers not only human health, but the environment – and how mobile telephony could be made not only safer, but more reliable and cheaper for the companies to operate. 03/10
Collateral damage – a legacy of the wireless technology explosion and Illusion and Escape – the cellphone disease quagmire. Two lengthy and very interesting articles by Dr George Carlo published in the American Trial Lawyer magazine. 2010 & 2008
Lengthy and indepth article in GQ magazine by Christopher Ketchum on the links between mobile phone and brain cancer and the health risks of mobile technology in general. 02/10
Microwave technology: mobile phones and phone masts: exploring the dangers - John Scott 2008 – updated 2010
Mobile phones and Alzheimer's disease – recent research suggests that radiation from mobile phones may destroy brain deposits of beta-amyloid, a protein strongly associated with Alzheimer's disease – but the radiation to which the mice were subjected was significantly different to that generated by an in-use mobile phone. Dr Andrew Goldsworthy explains. 1/10
Dr George Carlo warns of the dangers of mobile phone usage – in commenting on an article in the Daily Mail – 3/11/09
Round up of advice on mobile phone usage – courtesy of Daily Telegraph
Further questions about the controversial 2007 'Essex study' on short term exposure to phone mast radiation – more input needed from participants. October 09
'Expert' exchange of letters over the safety of mobile phone masts – sparked by a letter from Dr Nolan in the Kerryman newspaper – October 2009
Concerning data on long term mobile phone usage from Sweden – via the Saturday Telegraph
Observations from a psychotherapy practice on mobile telecommunications and DECT telephones – Dr Christine Aschermann - 2009
Cellphones and Brain Tumors: 15 Reasons for Concern. Science, spin and the truth behind industry funded Interphone study. August 2009
Mobile phones and health: what do we know? - a long and interesting article in the Ecologist - July 2009
Some facts about cell phone radiation - a clear explanation of the science. Andrew Goldsworthy - 2009
The precautionary approach gains ground - a round-up - 2009
Dangers of mobile phone masts recognised in France
Dr Andrew Goldsworthy warns that phone masts mounted on water towers make make the water biologically active.
Mobile Phones and Brain Tumours – A Public Health Concern
Why mobile phone masts can be more dangerous than phones - Andrew Goldsworthy
The gathering Brainstorm - an interesting and in depth investigation into wifi in the Ecologist.
Call for independent research into possible links between mobile telephony and childhood cancer, especially face and head tumours quoting recent research showing blood changes in both rats and humans as a result of radiation exposure. Professor Olle Johansson in the Journal of Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine.
The Biological Effects of Weak Electromagnetic Fields - a lengthy and comprehensively referenced article by Andrew Goldsworthy, an honorary lecturer at Imperial College, London, on the cell damage caused by weak electromagnetic fields especially when pulsed (such as those created by mobile phone technology).
Correlation between mobile phone use and increasing sick leave, insomnia, Alzheimer's and migraine in Sweden - an article by Professor Olle Johansson in the Journal of Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine.
New study suggests that keeping a mobile phone in a trouser pocket could negatively damage male fertility. June 2014
Night-time mobile phone use, once the lights are switched out, is associated with poor mental health, self injury and suicidal feelings. May 2012
Research in mice suggest that high-intensity electromagnetic radiation is very likely to induce the death of embryonic cells and decrease the chance of their implantation, thereby posing a high risk to pregnancy. October 2012
290% increased risk of brain tumour after 10 years of mobile phone use – comment in Natural Society on this just published research from Sweden. 09/12
Intensive mobile phone use affects young people´s sleep(release) – and here for the research report – 06/12
New Russian research shows that four years mobile phone use by 196 7–12-year-old children had a significantly damaging effect on their cognitive, memory and other functions.11/11
Doctoral dissertation on mobile phone radiation biological effects - 'Proteomics Analysis of Human Endothelial Cells After Short-Term Exposure to Mobile Phone Radiation'. 11/11
What does photon energy tell us about cell phone safety? William J. Bruno of Los Alamos National Laboratory – 04/11
Research suggests neurobehavioral symptoms and cancer increase in populations near mobile phone base stations – 09/10
Powerwatch questions the basis for, the personnel involved in, and the findings of the recent Mobile Telecommunications and Health Research Committee report Mobile phone base stations and early childhood cancers: case-control study published in the BMJ June 2010
Comparison of symptoms, personality traits, and stress in people with mobile phone-related symptoms and generalised electromagnetic hypersensitivity.
The effect of mobile phones on the behaviour and structure of the brain in rats – new research from India – 01/10
Orange refused base station license in residential area of Paris on the precautionary principle. 08/09
Mobile phone masts more of a problem than phones, Swiss study suggests - 08/09
France mobile phone ban
Mobile and Wifi in France
Is there a connection between rising rates of brain tumours among young adults and the use of mobile phones? Report from a US Congressional hearing.
Exposure to cell phones pre- and postnatally associated with behavioural difficulties around the age of school entry. Research from UCLA School of Public Health, University of California
Using a mobile phone while pregnant can seriously damage your baby - study of 13,000 children exposes link between use of handsets and later behavioural problems
Varroa Mite or Electromagnetic Fields? New Research into the Death of Bees from the German Kompetenzinitiative
Are blackberries dangerous?
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Concerns Over Potential Radiation Impacts of Cellular Communication Towers on Migratory Birds and
Research on possible effects of electromagnetic radiation from mobile phone base stations on birds in the wild - published research showing possible effects of electromagnetic radiation on wild bird populations.
Santini study of those living in the vicinity of mobile phone base stations in southern France - the influence of distance and sex. 2002
First Published in April 2006