Radiofrequency fields

Radiofrequency fields are a type of non-ionizing radiation that are part of our everyday life. They are produced by sources such as radio and television broadcasting, mobile radiocommunication transmitting facilities, cell phones and radar.

Unlike ionizing radiation (as emitted by X-ray machines), RF energy from cell phones and other wireless devices cannot break chemical bonds in your body.

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