By B.N. Frank
In 2011, the World Health Organization categorized RadioFrequency (RF) Radiation from cell phones and other sources of wireless as possibly carcinogenic. In 2019, the group warned that high levels of Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) could cause health issues in a significant percentage of the population.
EMF sources include common sources of wireless: Bluetooth, cell phone radiation, Wi-Fi, and 5G. In 2020, the WHO asked for new studies on RF. Other than that – the group doesn’t seem to have taken any meaningful action to protect or warn the public despite rapidly increasing worldwide levels of EMF and RF due to the controversial “Race for 5G” (see 1, 2) as well as numerous studies that have already confirmed exposure is harmful.
If you would like the WHO to take action, there is now an online petition that you may sign and share.
2021 Letter to World Health Organization for More Protective EMF Exposure Limits
This letter which will be delivered to Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus requesting that the WHO urgently recommend more restrictive limits on human exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation (EMF).
Limits suggested by the ICNIRP that are based only on short-term effects (thermal effects), which do not correspond to the current long-term profile of use of the available technologies, for example, radio base stations (RB), wireless routers, smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, notebooks, bluetooth, etc. Several important appeals, resolutions, studies and articles have been issued in recent years by the scientific community warning the public health authorities to the necessary reduction of the exposure limits to low and high frequency electromagnetic fields.
Activist Post reports regularly about unsafe technology. For more details visit our archives and the following websites:
- Environmental Health Trust
- EMF Scientist
- Physicians for Safe Technology
- Wireless Information Network
- Stop 5G International
- 5G Space Appeal
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