Scientific America - Scientific American is is the oldest continuously published monthly magazine in the United States. Many famous scientists, including Albert Einstein, have contributed articles to it. It publishes 18 foreign-language editions around the globe. In an article written by University of California, Berkeley health researcher, Joel M. Moskowitz and published, October 17, 2019 , it is stated:
"5G, along with previous wi-fi and cellular technology, is much more harmful than the government and telecom industry wants the public to believe. The safety standards that the FCC wishes to maintain are severely outdated and fail to reflect the growing body of scientific evidence demonstrating harm."
Chris Kressner, health coach, on his website, documents some of the research relating to the health dangers of cell phone radiation.
"Several epidemiological studies have found an association between cell phone use and male infertility and decreased sperm quality. For example, a study published in 2008 found that of 361 men attending an infertility clinic, participants who used a cell phone more frequently had lower sperm count, motility, and viability, and had more sperm with abnormal structure."
The WHO has classified cell phone radiation as “possibly carcinogenic to humans,” primarily based on a couple observational studies that found associations between cell phone use and brain cancer. (24) The first one, the Hardell study conducted in Sweden, was a control study that matched each “case” (a person with brain cancer) to a “control” (a person as similar as possible to the case, but without cancer).
They published their results in several papers, reporting an increased risk for brain cancer in people who used cell phones, particularly cancers occurring on the same side of the head that the phone was used on. (25, 26, 27, 28) Risk increased with increasing time spent on the phone, and was highest in people who started using a cell phone before age 20."