Everyday Device CAUSING Thyroid Cancer?!
Despite the new drugs, pink ribbons, and fundraisers, we’re still a long way away from winning the war on cancer.
And to me, one of the most frustrating things about this dreaded disease is that we’re doing it to ourselves.
Most cancer cases are environmental—meaning there are specific factors we’re putting in, on, or around our bodies that increase the likelihood of developing the disease.
Thyroid cancer is a prime example. Cases are increasing—and the age people are getting it is decreasing.
And it’s all because of a device most people use every single day.
Cell phones kill people every day.
If it’s not from distracted driving or attempting to capture selfies in dangerous places. Instead, it’s from the invisible frequencies that connect your cell phone:
Electromagnetic frequencies, or EMFs.
Data keeps coming in on the effects of EMFs on your body, and none of it is good. All signs point to EMFs being carcinogenic, meaning they increase your risk of cancer.
This is especially true of thyroid cancer.
Cases of thyroid cancer have been steadily increasing over the years—and it looks like cell phone use could be the reason why.
Your thyroid gland is located in your neck—just inches away from your cell phone when it’s plastered to your ear.
And it is especially vulnerable to the harmful effects of EMFs.
But certain people are more susceptible than others.
Researchers from the Yale School of Public Health studied more than 900 people to see if having certain genes predisposed people to develop thyroid cancer.
They determined that people with single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in four of the genes they studied were more than TWO TIMES more likely to develop cancer.
And there were 10 SNPs in all that were associated with an increased cancer risk.
(SNPs are the most common type of genetic variation.)
This shows that certain people are more susceptible to develop thyroid cancer from using their cell phones than others.
But here’s the kicker: Most people will never know if they fall into this higher risk category or not.
If you’re not ready to get rid of your cell phone (and let’s be realistic, most people are never going to do that), then at least dramatically limit your use.
Use the speaker function or headphones instead of holding the phone up to your ear, and don’t sleep with your cell phone next to you at night.
In fact, don’t keep it in your room at all.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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