Research to Assess Electromagnetic Frequency radiation’s Impact on Human
It has been said a number of times that electromagnetic frequency radiation has bad impact on humans and living organisms. The government was found to be concerned over the matter and has called for a research to assess the risk on humans.
The research that will be funded in campaign mode will look into the impact of electromagnetic frequency radiation (EMF-r) on biota and ecology. The Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), a legal organization under the Department of Science and Technology and the Department of Telecommunications have called for the research.
Study researchers have been given proper instructions that they need to focus on the impact of electromagnetic frequency radiation on different aspects of human. Researchers will be looking at different things to know the effect of radiation in humans. Effect on physiological, genetic, ecological and developmental growth among other factors will be assessed.
Steps are being taken by authorities concerned in order to reduce the effect of the radiations. It has been found that the Department of Telecommunication reduced the permissible radiation limit in 2012.
In fact, studies have been carried out that have concluded that cell phone radiation leads to brain tumor. But when it comes to receiving support, the World Health Organisation, the International Commission on Non Ionizing Radiation Protection and other agencies have refused to do so.
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