New Cell Phone Risk is TERRIFYING
I’m convinced modern technology is going to be the death of us.
Processed foods… genetically-modified crops… artificial light. All of the things that were supposed to make life more “convenient” are wrecking our health instead.
And our cell phones may be the biggest offenders.
I’ve spent years sounding the alarm about cell phones and the radiation they admit.
But a new study proves that the problem is much more serious… and deadlier… than anyone imagined.
A new study published in the Journal of Public Health and Environmentuncovered some alarming evidence about brain tumors.
After analyzing almost 80,000 malignant brain tumors, they found that one particular kind—glioblastoma multiforme (GBM)—has more than DOUBLED in the past 20 years.
This particular kind of cancer is extremely aggressive—and often fatal.
While this study didn’t directly link brain tumors to cell phone use, plenty of others have.
One study showed that long-term cell phone use TRIPLES the risk of certain types of brain cancer.
And just a month ago, studies conducted by the United States National Toxicology Program found evidence of cell phone radiation being linked to brain tumors.
The studies are there, and so is the logic.
This increase in the incidence of glioblastoma multiforme goes hand-in-hand with cell phone use over the past 20 years.
Not to mention that this particular type of cancer occurs in the frontal temporal lobe—just inches away from where you hold your cell phone.
The bottom line is that the radiation emitted from cellphones can have a widespread impact on your brain, neurons, developing cells, and enzyme systems.
In fact, another study published just a few months ago showed that just being NEAR your phone can impair brain function!
To try to sweep the dangers under the rug is not only dangerous—it’s downright criminal.
Yet that’s exactly the stance our government has taken—despite the fact that even the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a report warning of the dangers of cell phones and cancer.
We’re obviously not close to banning cell phones any time soon, but the evidence is clear: the less we use them, the better off we’ll be.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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