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Effect on Eyes by Cell Phone Radiation Has Not Been Measured September 4, 2006

Posted by healthyself in Bioeffects, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Cataracts, Cell phone safety, Cell Phones, Children's health, Digital, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, Emergency Medicine, EMF Research, EMF's, EMR, Endogenous Fields, Eye Cancer, Games and Gaming, Government's role, grams of tissue, Hand Portables, Health related, HOuseholds, Learning, Legal Issues, Lethargy, Lifestyle, Long Term Health Risks, Low Frequencies, MCS, Medical Research, Memory Loss, MHz, Microwave exposure, mobile telephones, Noise, Ocular, Parenting, Penetration, Pulsed Radiation, radiation, Reaction Time, Research, Risk of Disease, Safe Levels, Safety, SAR, School administrators, Teenagers, Tweenies, W/Kg, watts, Who is Affected?, WiFi, Women's Health, Workplace.

One more strong point to validate that SAR testing is not adequate for judging a cell phone users safety. 

“With SAR testing, Dummy heads are filled with solutions to simulate brain conductivity and probed to measure depth and intensity. Amazingly enough regulatory agencies have not deemed it necessary to measure exposure to eyes.… Eye’s are unprotected by the skull and comprised of cells that are extremely sensitive to electromagnetic energy.” 

4 – 10 µW/cm2 Visual reaction time in children is slowed//lower memory function in tests
Chiang, H., et. al., 1989. Health effects of environmental electromagnetic fields. Journal of Bioelectricity, 8: 127-131



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