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Is mobile tower radiation carcinogenic?

DNDEL6916 | 7/14/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :224 | Health



Medical experts are divided as to whether radiation from mobile towers can be a health hazard for residents residing in nearby areas. Over the years, medical studies have refuted the connection between non-ionizing radiation emitted by cell phone towers, and cancer. Oncologists too have said that such type of radiation is not carcinogenic, but not everyone in the science fraternity agrees. There are two types of radiation: ionising and non-ionizing. The former kind is the category under which X-rays fall – these are harmful to the body and can cause cancer. Non-ionizing radiation, on the other hand, is a low-energy radiation which generates heat. Mobile tower radiation falls in this category, say experts.
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