EMR Safety addresses scientific and policy developments concerning the health risks from exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR). 

This site provides a curated collection of links to articles on cell phones and cordless phones, cell towers, Wi-Fi, Smart Meters and other wireless devices.  I summarize the peer-reviewed research on health risks associated with wireless radiation including cancer risk, reproductive harm and neurological disorders; and I expose the manufacturing of doubt about these risks by industry-linked scientists.

Since 2013, the web site has had over 1.5 million page views by visitors from more than 200 countries which attests to global concern about the impact of wireless radiation on our health.

During the past year, over half of visitors were from outside the United States with Canada, the United Kingdom, India, Australia, Israel, Germany, Greece, Italy and Sweden represented the most. About two-thirds of visitors were 25-54 years of age and 60% were male.

EMR Safety reached the million page view mark on April 7, 2017. 
For visitors new
to this web site or this topic, here are some overviews 
why we are concerned about cell phones and other
wireless devices:

Wireless Technology & Public Health Forum

To see the most popular wireless radiation stories and wireless product stories in 2017:  
Here are safety tips on how to reduce your cell
phone radiation exposure:
To explore specific topics, click on Overview of Contents, located in the column on the
right hand side of the page.  Here
articles are listed by topic. Find the article of interest and click on the
You can also look up
articles by the month and year they were posted or last updated in the archive,
which is located on the column to the right. Just click on the month and a
list of the articles posted that month will appear.  Then click on the article’s title, and it
will take you to the page.
Finally, you can find
topics of interest by using our Search Box at the upper left hand side of the page (the box with the magnifying
glass icon).
The most popular posts address
cellphones and health, the role of cell phones in increasing brain tumor
incidence, electromagnetic fields (EMF) in hybrid and electric automobiles,
Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) of popular smartphones, the Council of Europe’s
recommendations to restrict Wi-Fi and mobile phone use in schools, and EMF
controversies in neurobiology.

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