Cell Phones and WiFi (RF Radiation) show mutagenic effects

Peer reviewed studies show Oxidative Stress with Wireless Communications

92% of peer reviewed studies on ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species – that includes us Humans) suggests precautionary measures are needed to reduce excessive RF exposure even at non-thermal levels.

Im not a science experimentIn the peer reviewed editorial “Low intensity radio-frequency radiation: a new oxidant for living cells” in the scientific journal “Oxidants and Antioxidants in Medical Science” on March 29th 2014 a group Scientists reported that of 80 studies, they had assessed, 92.5 % (76 studies) confirmed that mechanisms of inflicting cellular damage happened at below thermal levels. http://www.ejmanager.com/mnstemps/65/65-1394615302.pdf?t=1398177912

Low intensity radio-frequency radiation (RFR) emitted by wireless phone devices “could lead to mutagenic effects through expressive oxidative damage of DNA”, because “the substantial overproduction of ROS in living cells under low intensity RFR exposure could cause a broad spectrum of health disorders and diseases, including cancer in humans”.

Oxidative stress is considered to be the main cause of exhaustion, headaches, inflammatory diseases, all the way to heart attacks. The results of the scientists from Kiev explains the critical nature of the hype around cell phones, towers, smartphones and wifi radiation exposure. According to latest statistics, children and young people use mobile phone end-user devices near their bodies on average for more than 8 hours a day. Therefore, children are in more danger to potential cumulative DNA damage over a longer lifetime of exposure, however EVERYONE is at an ever increasing major risk due to the expanding network coverage of wireless towers and hotspots.

By harmonizing the vibrational field of the RF itself, oxidative stress is reduced due to molecules and tissues having a greatly reduced excitation from these external vibrational fields. Get your emf shield for device, personal and home, now!


Additional references: http://www.scopemed.org/?jft=65&ft=65-1394615302