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In today's modern society, we are absolutely obsessed with our cellphones. They are constantly on our ear or in our pockets giving off direct high frequency radiation to our bodies. The side effects of this common problem can be hyperactivity, fatigue, headaches, shorter attention span, loss of memory, different types of cancers and other serious health effects.

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More useful information about HF Cellphone Radiations and Cell Towers from the

Cell phones communicate with nearby cell towers mainly through radio frequency (RF) waves, a form of energy in the electromagnetic spectrum between FM radio waves and microwaves. Like FM radio waves, microwaves, visible light, and heat, they are forms of non-ionizing radiation. This means they cannot cause cancer by directly damaging DNA. RF waves are different from stronger types of radiation such as x-rays, gamma rays, and ultraviolet (UV) light, which can break the chemical bonds in DNA.

At very high levels, RF waves can heat up body tissues. (This is the basis for how microwave ovens work.)

When a person makes a cell phone call, a signal is sent from the phone’s antenna to the nearest base station antenna. The base station responds to this signal by assigning it an available radio frequency channel. RF waves transfer the voice information to the base station. The voice signals are then sent to a switching center, which transfers the call to its destination. Voice signals are then relayed back and forth during the call.