Electromagnetic Radiation Spectrum

What Are Safe Levels of Electromagnetic Radiation?

Figure 1. Radiation from Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices (Source: Scientific American)
In modern civilization, everywhere you go there are electronic devices, emitting Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR). Radiation emitting devices include electronic products, such as medical and non-medical equipment, lasers, x-ray systems, ultrasound equipment, microwave ovens, color TVs, laptops, tablets and PDAs.

Fetal Exposure to EMFs Linked to Higher Risk of Childhood Obesity

Research linking increased in-utero Electromagnetic Field (EMF) exposure to childhood obesity suggests that limiting EMF exposure while pregnant can reduce the risk of your child being overweight or obese.


Magnetic fields are known to pose a health risk to unborn children; consequently, pregnant women are advised to take precautions to limit their exposure in order to protect the health of their offspring.

BioInitiative Report 2012

BioInitiative Report Warns of EMF Health Dangers from Wireless Devices

As we scramble to get connected to the internet and to each other, wireless networks are popping up all over the US and are increasingly becoming part of our everyday lives. This is a concern for medical doctors, who believe that wireless networks can interfere with our biological makeup, disrupt biological functions within the human body, posing a serious health risk.