Author: Markov M, Grigoriev YG.
Research International , Williamsville, NY , USA.
Conference/Journal: Electromagn Biol Med.
Date published: 2013 Jun
Other: Volume ID: 32 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 200-8 , Special Notes: doi: 10.3109/15368378.2013.776430 , Word Count: 130
The twenty-first century is marked with exponentially increasing development of technologies that provide wireless communications. To the pollution of the atmosphere with radio and TV signals, not only satellite communications but also any varieties of the Wi-Fi networks are added. By 2010 in the USA, 285 million mobile phone subscribers have been registered (for a little bit more than 300 million inhabitants). The estimate for the world is more than 5 billion mobile phone users at approximately 7 billion people living on this planet. Approximately 2 years ago, the International Agency of Research on Cancer (IARC) classified the electromagnetic fields used in mobile communication as a possible cancerogene. This paper discusses the potential health hazard and lack of scientific assessment and regulatory actions in protection of the life on the planet.
PMID: 23675623 [PubMed - in process]