April 1, 2024

Decades of animal research point to serious health risks from cellphone radiation exposure, but examining a possible link stops now. The National Toxicology Program (NTP), tasked with studying potential toxins, announced it would no longer investigate evidence that cellphone radiation can harm animals or people. The NTP recently claimed that additional radiofrequency radiation (RFR) studies are not planned, stating the research was “technically challenging and more resource-intensive than expected.” This system only studied older 2G and 3G devices, not newer 4G or 5G technologies.

The NTP published results in 2018 from two-year toxicology studies showing “clear evidence” of associations between 2G/3G cellphone radiation and tumors in male rats. Follow-up research in 2019 revealed DNA damage in the brains, livers, and blood cells of exposed rats and mice.

People can still reduce RFR exposure by:

  • Not carrying phones in pockets or bras
  • Using speakerphone and holding phones away from the head/body
  • Keeping devices away from reproductive organs
  • Using wired over WiFi internet
  • Not sleeping near phones

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