Some hard facts:
World Health Organisation
The electromagnetic fields produced by mobile phones are classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as possibly carcinogenic to humans.
The average person spends over five hours a day on their phone.
National Cancer Institute of America
A plethora of health and medical organisations agree that more research is required into the effects of phone radiation on cancer growth.
Growing babies are sensitive.
They develop and thrive when they're in harmony with the natural environment around them. But our phones — the same ones we look at almost 85 times a day — emit manmade frequencies that disrupt that natural harmony. The sad fact is: While we know EMF radiation affects adult cells... its effects are magnified in babies and children.
The mobile era has been around for twenty years, max. In scientific terms, that's not long. Certainly not long enough to conduct any widely accepted, mainstream studies (though there are studies). It used to be that we'd spend our time in the great outdoors — far from the harmful energy of manmade fields. Is there a possibility that prolonged exposure to radiation from wi-fi, cell signals, bluetooth and 4G could be building up to something that we don't know about yet?
Is it worth taking the risk?
We carry our phones around in our pockets every day, because we rely on them to go about our lives. We can't just live in a bubble — that's not realistic. But we can take action to reduce the effects of EMF radiation... and it's easier than you may think.