Health concerns are not sufficient to reverse or even slow down wireless technological development. The problem has become a policy and politics issue. Published February 24 2012
It is difficult to understand the scare and hype surrounding "smart meters". Radiation exposure is negligible. Published February 18 2012
Should the general public trust in what peer-reviewed articles published in scientific journals say? I recommend a "limited trust". Published February 13 2012
Environment & Human Health, Inc. just released its report on cell phones. The first impression is good. However, like with every report, there are both good and bad points. Published February 4 2012
Dariusz Leszczynski is an expert in the biological and health effects of cell phone radiation.
Since 2009 he publishes a science blog dealing with the issue of cell phone radiation and health: http://betweenrockandhardplace.wordpress.com
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