Currently, ninety-five out of every 100 American adults owns a cellphone. And worldwide three out of four adults has cell phone access. In fact, the wireless industry is one of the fastest-growing on Earth, raking in annual sales of $440 billion in 2016. 1
But, while study after study continues to show that cell phones are dangerous, most of us who preach about the dangers of these devices and urge caution when using them, are dismissed, regarded as nothing more than tin-foil hat wearing conspiracy theorists. However, is that really the case? Are cell phones safe? According to a new investigation by The Nation, “that’s a question that cellphone giants prefer you don’t ask.”2
To read the full story by The Nation, click here.