International Scientific Research
Electromagnetic radiation and its impacts
The science of communication!
The impacts of electromagnetic waves on the human body have been studied for more than 50 years. In just the last decade national governments and research institutes have invested more than 250 million dollars on a global basis to research topics related to electromagnetic radiation and its impacts.To date more than 200 independent studies have been completed on mobile communications and more than 100 are in progress.
The Scientific Community has general consensus on the following:
- The mobile telephony Base Stations operate with safety
- The exposure to electromagnetic waves, which do not exceed the safety limits and the relevant directives, are not hazardous to human health
- They have not linked the population’s exposure to radio waves with impacts on the public health
- There is no scientific evidence that makes it necessary to review the EU specified safety limits for human exposure to radiation
The World Health Organization mentions:
“In the sector of biological effects and medical applications by non-ionizing radiation, about 25,000 articles have been published over the last 30 years. Despite the fact that a portion of the public feels that there should be even more research, our scientific knowledge today in this area is more extensive than that for most chemicals. On the basis of recent analysis of scientific literature, the WHO has concluded that current evidence does not confirm the existence of any health effects from exposure to low levels of electromagnetic fields”.