May 30, 2012
-- The debate is still going on within the scientific community as to whether or not cell phone radiation is harmful to human health. The news media go from one news cycle to the next reporting of another study that contradicts or tries to discredit one previously reported. One thing that a growing number of scientists, health care professionals and government officials do agree on is a need for precautionary measures. Based on current research, while not definitive, there is enough evidence to warrant some attention. These preventive steps may include: using the speakerphone to keep the phone some distance away from the head; using a hands-free headset; not using the phone when there is a weak signal; and many others.
The growing public concern about the potential health risks from using their phones has also created an industry. Companies try to meet the demand by marketing protective devices that claim to reduce those risks. This is where http://www.cellphone-
health.com comes in. The website offers the public viable and credible solutions that are proven to work through scientific testing.“There are so many devices out there being marketed as the ultimate solution. The truth is while a few are promising, most of them donot work as advertised. Our job is to see which ones have scientific validation and testing, and then we make them available on our website for the public to evaluate,” said Taraka Serrano, the co-owner of Cellphone-Health.com.Among the several solutions featured on the site is a cell phone chip, called the GIA Cell Guard, with a patented noise-field technology. The cell guard essentially neutralizes the harmful effects of the radio frequency signal by superimposing a low-frequency field on it to make it more bio-compatible. Another popular item is a cell phone radiation-reducing case that has been tested,in a FCC-certified lab,to cut radiation by 60%. Also worth checking out are the air tube headsets with patented technology that blocks the transmission of radiation into the ear canal,and a maternity apparel with radiation shield--also tested in a FCC-certified lab--that blocks cell phone radiation. Additionally, the website features a list of low-radiation mobile phones with SAR (or Specific Absorption Rate) values well below the FCC limit.
Cellphone-Health.com also keeps up to date with the latest news and research related to the cell phone radiation and health issue. While research is still going on, and science is still determining how wireless radio frequencies affect human biology, the creators of the website are hoping the public will heed the age-old adage, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
For more information, please visit http://www.cellphone-health.com/Contact:
c/o Lotus Pond Marketing Inc.
PO Box 4457
Hilo, HI 96720
Phone: (760) 385-3762