Volume : 08, Issue : 04, April – 2021

Title:

22.CELLULAR DESTRUCTION FROM ENVIRONMENTAL ENERGY EXPOSURE ESPECIALLY BY CELL PHONES AND MOBILE INTERNET

Authors :

Dr. Irene H James

Abstract :

Mobile phones have become ubiquitous due to their convenience. Mobile phones address social interaction and data transfer issues by introducing new modes of communication via a device small enough to fit in one hand. On the other hand, mobile phones may be hazardous to the environment and human health, and their radiation discharge may contribute to waste disposal issues. Recently, concerns have been expressed about the long-term viability of mobile phones and their impact on people’s health and the environment. The current study investigates the negative consequences of mobile phone use and proposes long-term solutions.
Keywords: Mobile phone health hazards, wifi health hazard, cellular destruction.

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Please cite this article in press Irene H James., Cellular Destruction From Environmental Energy Exposure Especially By Cell Phones And Mobile Internet.., Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2021; 08(04).

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