cell phone tower and radiation

The subject has been studied increasingly over the last decade as cell phones have become ubiquitous in our lives, but the findings have not been consistent. The WHO announcement received a great deal of attention and many headlines read that cell phones can indeed cause brain cancer. But the report appears to leave some room for debate.

How many cell phone towers are there in the city of Chicago? where are they located? How can they affect people’s life and will them cause health problems?

Cell Phones & Cancer Risk





Cellphone Tower Exposure Overview

What happens when human population centers are flooded with massive amounts of powerfulwireless microwave radiation? Nobody knows…yet.

But we will soon. Because you’re exposed to 100 million times more Electromagnetic radiation than your grandparents were, and cell towers are making that number grow exponentially. If you can make a call on your cellphone, then you’re in an area that’s saturated with cell site microwave radiation.

Some of the most powerful cell tower installations are on mountains and hilltops outside of urban areas. These EM fields have impacted humans, animals as well as the ecological balance. Studies of people and farm animals living around high voltage wires point to extreme hazards of living up up-close to a powerful electromagnetic field (EMF) – exhibiting everything from stress and sleep disorders to birth defects, cancer and Alzheimer’s. All cell site exposure risks.

EMFs from cell phone towers are impossible to escape, but you can protect yourself with laboratory-proven SafeSpace products. We’ll examine this problem and look at recommended SafeSpace solutions below.





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