Cell phones are displayed during a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) mobile tracking demonstration, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, in Washington. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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The BioInitiative Working Group says evidence for health risk from wireless tech is growing stronger and warrants immediate action.The BioInitiative reports nervous system effects in 68% of studies on radiofrequency radiation (144 of 211 studies) in 2014 .Studies of extremely-low frequency radiation are reported to cause nervous system effects in 90% of the 105 studies available in 2014 . Genetic effects (damage to DNA) from radiofrequency radiation is reported in 65% (74 of 114 studies); and 83% (49 of 59 studies) of extremely-low frequency studies.The FCC review of health impacts from wireless technologies is still underway, but has not affected the federal push for wireless classrooms.
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