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Wireless technologies, nonionizing electromagnetic fields and children: Identifying and reducing...

Updated: Apr 20, 2023

By : Devra Davis, PhD, MPH,a,b * Linda Birnbaum, PhD,c,# Paul Ben-Ishai, PhD,d Hugh Taylor, MD,e,h Meg Sears, MEng, PhD,f Tom Butler, PhD, MSc,g and Theodora Scarato, MSWb

Wireless technologies, nonionizing electromagnetic fields and children: Identifying and reducing health risks


"Fig. 8 shows that simulations of exposure from cell phone use have determined that children absorb up to 10-fold greater RFR in the pediatric cerebellum, 10-fold greater in the bone marrow of the skull and up to 30-fold greater in the hippocampus. Children’s eyes can absorb 2 to almost 5-fold higher doses.

Children absorb proportionally more RFR than adults; about 2-fold greater in the pediatric cerebellum, ten-fold greater in the bone marrow of the skull and up to 30-fold greater in the hippocampus. Children’s eyes can absorb 2- to almost 5-fold higher doses than adults. “


https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1538544223000238

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