Worries About Wireless

Rockwell, Mark
November 2006
Wireless Week;11/15/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 23, p16
Trade Publication
The article explores the possible health effects of cellular telephones. A study published in "Technology Review" showed how human cells responded to 900 Megahertz global system for mobile communications radiation, suggesting that the effects of such radiation may vary from person to person. Another study revealed a relevant correlation between increased wireless low sperm quality in men.


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