A wide-ranging review of research into the possible adverse effects on human health of cellphone radiation has concluded there is no evidence of any, but the researchers still have reservations.
on 04/29/2012 – Made popular on 04/29/2012
As our health system transforms to be more patient-centered, evidence-based and effective, mobile technology has been conspicuously absent from daily healthcare workflow. But if we truly envision a future in which patients are at the center of our health system, it’s time for that to change. Read More
I own a tablet without 3G/phone functionality but equipped with Wi-fi
There is a lot of mixing up RF (radio frequency) with EMF (electric magnetic field) when looking for health issues arising from radiation.
if there is no 3G functionality, am I safe from RF ?
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: HealthThere is no scientific basis for the widespread belief that the weak electromagnetic fields around mobile phones and other mobile devices cause health problems. The findings are from a major new report from the Norwegian government.
While scientists still argue the toss over whether mobile phones and wireless networks can damage people’s health the European Parliament has been presented with a report recommending that wireless networks and mobile phones be totally banned from schools on health grounds.
As digital health data grows, wearable health-tracking devices mature, tools used in remote diagnosis and treatment improve and with healthcare providers soon to be prescribing mobile health apps, there’s a lot to be excited about at the intersection of health and technology.
The Government’s fooling itself if it thinks that the $466.7 million allocated in last week’s Budget will buy it a national e-health record system, but nor should it pony up billions to pay for a big bang electronic health network as the UK’s £30 billion e-health initiative has proved a squib.