I am not a doctor although I play one on TV. (Just kidding) But I am a long-time project manager and I know very well how to get important information, statistics, and vital facts pertaining to a subject.
Being a Stage 4 Throat Cancer Survivor I can tell you as we research cell phones, cell phone accessories, and headphones that what we don’t want is any more risk with cancer from radiofrequency radiation exposure caused by electronic devices.
When I got Stage IV Oropharyngeal Throat Cancer I went to literal “Cancer School” because just to understand the name of that cancer you have to look it up. Then a doctor who pulled a Kiwi fruit size Lymph Node out of my neck with cancer cells in it. He then told me he was “Indifferent about doing further investigation.”
Because I live in this great country of the United States of America, the news so far is the more I study scientific evidence, and read all of the information out there on a weekly basis. The more I have to decide what I believe between the big Cell Phone Corporations, their Lobbyists and the Scientific Community. What I learned from going to “Cancer School” Is you have to do your own research or you will die.
I find with Cancer Risk from Cell Phones, Cell Phone Accessories, and Headphones that at this point in history they cannot conclusively prove that they can give you cancer but that doesn’t mean don’t take care of yourself.
How do you get through the mountains of data and get to the truth? We have tried to synopsize or epitomize for brevity this throughout the following article as much as possible.
The answer is yes, it depends, and more research is needed.
If you own a cell phone and a pair of earphones then you may want to know this information. When we were researching a few weeks ago the blog about “10 Interesting Women’s Cell Phone Articles From 10 Pages On Google?” the fourth (4th) most popular article that came up on our Google search was the National Cancer Institutes or Cancer.Gov article “Cell Phones and Cancer Risk" and the list below.
The EWG is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to protecting human health and the environment. In an article dated 8-23-13 “EWG'S GUIDE TO SAFER CELL PHONE USE: CELL PHONE RADIATION ALTERS BRAIN ACTIVITY” is an extremely interesting and important article that shows some very intriguing pictures, information, and statistics from a JAMA Article and a team led by Dr. Nora Volkow; Effects of Cell Phone Radiofrequency Signal Exposure on Brain Glucose Metabolism.
Volunteer's brain scans, normal (LEFT) and after 50 minutes with an active cell phone on the right ear, (RIGHT) show increased metabolic activity near the phone's antenna. (ARROW) A team led by Dr. Nora Volkow, head of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, used advanced imaging technology to monitor glucose consumed in the brain. Conclusion: weak cell phone emissions visibly changed brain activity. More studies are needed to determine health implications. Image source: JAMA
From the Jama Website Article Effects of Cell Phone Radiofrequency Signal Exposure on Brain Glucose Metabolism: In summary, this study provides evidence that in humans RF-EMF exposure from cell phone use affects brain function, as shown by the regional increases in metabolic activity. It also documents that the observed effects were greatest in brain regions that had the highest amplitude of RF-EMF emissions (for the specific cell phones used in this study and their position relative to the head when in use), which suggests that the metabolic increases are secondary to the absorption of RF-EMF energy emitted by the cell phone. Further studies are needed to assess if these effects could have potential long-term harmful consequences.
As we continue to search for many of our other blogs we keep running across the same information and keep finding the common denominator is the data is inconclusive. Human’s usually have an agenda and whatever you believe you have to look out for yourself.
The NTP studies found that high exposure to RFR used by cell phones was associated with:
The internationally accepted standard for measuring radio frequency absorption by human tissue is Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued exposure limit guidelines for all mobile phone transmissions, which, based on the scientific evidence presently available, incorporate significant margins of safety to ensure the health of the general public. All mobile phones sold in the United States must comply with the FCC's standard of a SAR reading of 1.6 watts per kilogram or less.
One way to reduce potential risk from Cell Phones is to use Bluetooth headphones rather than holding the phone next to your ear.
As discussed above as you talk on your Cell Phone and have it next to your ear, your head, and brain absorb a small amount of Radio Frequency Radiation. The amount of exposure falls off greatly with distance and headphones put distance between your head and your Cell Phone but it does not keep the cell phone away from your body because now it is probably in your pocket.
So for me, this is personal as I have in so many ways been the average person utilizing these tools in my life every day and so do our customers, family and friends. I use a Cell Phone all of the time and Wireless Bluetooth Bone Conduction Headphones almost every other day of the week.
My conclusion from this article is that they have not been able to prove that Cell Phones and the associated Cell Phone Accessories Cause cancer yet. But they can see that it affects your body and they can see from PET Scans that it affects the Physiology of the brain as shown above.
Radiofrequency Radiation is cumulative in the body and if you have a cell phone in your pocket or hip or your bra for 30 years which we have not seen yet there may be still correlations that they can identify. Hopefully not and the technology will just keep getting better like it does every day.
The story of the Smartphone is so amazing and interesting it would be hard to make this entire narrative up. It is so intricately entwined in the ingenuity of humanity and the necessity to continue to discover and grow as a species. There is always hope!
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The ultimate mission of cellular data has always been to be on par with Wi-Fi. 4G has come close in many ways, but let’s be honest; we know there are things we can do at home on our computers or tablets that we cannot do on our cell phones. When we are at home, we think nothing of streaming.
Depending on your internet provider and plan, if you have modern Wi-Fi, you may have no data allowance or cap, so some can go to town and binge as many Netflix shows as we like.
However, this abundance of data has not yet crossed over into our mobile lives. Many of us are on data plans, and it is always possible to use up all of our data before we know it. Streaming through our phones is one way we risk doing this, which is why most people are still relatively conservative in their mobile streaming habits, but this is becoming harder to do.
Before the holidays, we wrote a blog post called “How Can You Hear Something That’s Not In Your Ear?” The blog's title was inspired by my father-in-law asking me that very same question while we were on a family holiday. As a prolific writer and self-confessed workaholic, I was busy writing my latest article while listening to the Killer's latest album through my Bone Conduction headphones.
Due to Bone Conduction headphones sending the music directly into my inner ear, I was able to enjoy it while I concentrated on my work, but without shutting out my surroundings. I was on a family vacation; after all, one which included dogs and small children all running around together.
It was sensible to keep an eye (and both ears) on them just in case I was needed to do a spot of parenting. Fortunately for me, my Bone Conduction headphones allow this due to their design. Other headphones may have blocked out the sound entirely.
I live in remote Alaska where there is barley 3G and don’t see us getting to 4G, let alone 5G anytime soon. For most of my life, I lived in a large city with cutting edge technology and the benefits of living with 4G.
The 5G promise is very exciting for many reasons we list below but do we need a 5G Phone in rural Alaska? The answer is no because there is no connection and if you live in a rural area the answer is more than likely the same for you.
Nome Alaska is 143 miles from the Arctic Circle and you can see Russia on a clear day from Wales which is in the Nome census area and Nort of Nome. If you measure on Google Maps Lavrentiya Russia is 179 miles from Nome Alaska.