The answers are started coming from the 5G, whether, apart from impacting the fast pace in the day-to-day life. The health issues are far more important for us to know.
What might have the 5G unsafe for living creatures around the earth?
Yesterday, I used the term radiation. The right technical term in this article is “Electromagnetic radiation”.
What reports and researcher and experts saying here?
I must say that, this article gives me a bit more clear about the 5G and its’ health. To read the full article, I sincerely encourage you all to visit the source link down below.
But what does 5G have to do with our health?
In this Spotlight, we look at what electromagnetic radiation is, how it can impact our health, the controversy surrounding radiofrequency networks, and what this means for the advent of 5G technology.
What is electromagnetic radiation?
An electromagnetic field (EMF) is a field of energy that results from electromagnetic radiation, a form of energy that occurs as a result of the flow of electricity.
Electromagnetic radiation exists as a spectrum of different wavelengths and frequencies, which are measured in hertz (Hz). This term denotes the number of cycles per second.
Radiofrequency waves ‘possibly carcinogenic to humans’
In 2011, 30 international scientists, who are part of the working group of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), met to assess the risk of developing cancer as a result of exposure to RF-EMFs.
The working group published a summary of their findings in The Lancet Oncology.
WHO says ‘no adverse health effects’.
The International EMF Project, established in 1996, is in charge of this assessment.
According to the International EMF Project brochure:
“The project is overseen by an advisory committee consisting of representatives of eight international organizations, eight independent scientific institutions, and more than 50 national governments, providing a global perspective. The scientific work is conducted in collaboration with the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP). All activities are coordinated and facilitated by the WHO Secretariat.”
The scientists looked at one cohort study and five case-control studies in humans, each of which was designed to investigate whether there is a link between cell phone use and glioma, a cancer of the central nervous system.
The team concluded that, based on studies of the highest quality, “A causal interpretation between mobile phone RF-EMF exposure and glioma is possible.” Smaller studies supported a similar conclusion for acoustic neuroma, but the evidence was not convincing for other types of cancer.