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Cross section of our anti-radiation cases
Electromagnetic waves have been at the center of debate for several years and have raised concern about their harmfulness to our health.
As a precaution, MySilverShield has designed a case for Smartphones that acts as an anti-radiation "shield".
This anti-radiation "shield" waves allows smartphone users to protect themselves from potentially harmful waves
emitted by the device when it is in contact with the body during the call or transport phases.
In addition to smartphone cases MySilverShield has developed 2 other anti-radiation products which are:
- Protection cards to be inserted in one's pocket in order
to create a barrier between products emitting electromagnetic waves and the body.
- Pregnancy headbands to protect the future baby from environments saturated with electromagnetic waves.
The latest news
For more than a decade, Joel Moskowitz, a researcher at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health and director of the Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health, has sought to prove that cellphone radiation is dangerous. But, he says, most people don't want to hear it.Read more
Hazardous health effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic radiations emitted from mobile phone on the reproductive system
In the human studies, most of the included studies (four of six) indicated that mobilephone use had negative effects on sperm parameters.As for in vitro laboratory studies, most of studies (four in five) showed results that sperm motility and viability decreased after RF-EMR exposure. In animal studies, three studies showed the results that RF-EMR expo-sure had harmful effects on sperm motility and viability.Read more
The World Health Organization (WHO) decided to classify radio waves as "possibly carcinogenic to humans" in 2011. "This means that we do not have evidence that it is carcinogenic, but we cannot not say that it isn't."Read more
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