If you’re reading this, then you know that cell phones emit EMF. Cell phone radiation has reached the point now - not unlike cigarette smoke - where enough time has elapsed for the epidemiological data to provide a solid representation of reality.
The short-term effects have been studied for decades. The U.S. government recently funded a $25 million study by the National Toxicology Program which concluded that there is clear evidence that cell phones can cause cancer. Note that the study was done with 2G and 3G cell phone radiation.
Many other studies show that cell phone radiation increases reactive oxygen species (De Iuliis, Newey, Bruce V. King, R. John Aitken, 2009), oxidative stress (Ozguner, 2005), and free radicals (Desai, 2009) - all things known to raise cancer risk. Not to mention the DNA damage that cell phone radiation causes to sperm (Zalata, 2015), which leads to a higher risk of cancer in children.
While both the International Agency for Research on Cancer and the World Health Organization lump cell phone radiation together with pesticides and engine exhaust as possible carcinogens, many independent scientists are pushing for a more stringent classification which better resembles the danger.
Bear in mind that the United States government does indeed regulate the use of cell phones, acknowledging their danger; and by law, cell phones are intended to be a certain distance from the body.
How is one to use a cell phone if we cannot even touch it?...