Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wireless Technology
Who is protecting you
U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
What you can do to protect yourself
- Limit use – reducing the number/length of calls
- Use "hands-free" devices – Using “hands-free” devices can help to keep mobile phones away from the head.
|Cell Phone Facts: Questions and Answers|
March 30, 2012. U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Radiation-Emitting Products
This page provides consumers with basic facts and information about cell phone regulation.
|Electromagnetic fields and public health: mobile telephones and their base stations |
March 30, 2012. 2000. World Health Organization
This fact sheet provides information about the health effects from exposure to radio frequency fields.
|Frequently Asked Questions about Wi-Fi|
November 28, 2012. Health Canada
Frequently asked questions about exposed to RF from wireless networks, including exposure in schools.
|Mobile Telephony and Health Protection Advice |
March 30, 2012. UK Health Protection Agency
This page provides summary information about cell phones and base stations and provides links to other pages that provide general background information relating to the radio waves from phones and base stations, typical exposure levels of people using phones and living near base stations and relevant scientific and policy positions.
|Radiofrequency Safety |
March 30, 2012. U.S. Federal Communications Commission
This page contains answers to many questions about cell phones and other wireless devices.
|IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Committee on Man and Radiation |
March 30, 2012. Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers
This site provides a list of the Committee’s published papers and reports on the biological effects of exposure to electromagnetic radiation.