The SaferEMR.com website was launched on January 22, 2013. The website reports on scientific and policy developments regarding the health effects of electromagnetic radiation exposure from cell phones, Wi-Fi, Smart Meters, and other wireless devices.

The website contains links to “Mobilize: a Film about Cell Phone Radiation,” radio interviews, community presentations, 48 press releases, a webinar on cancer risk, and a one page handout on tips to reduce exposure to wireless radiation.

In the past two years, the website has had 185,000 page views by 72,000 visitors from 170 nations. The top 15 countries are the U.S., Canada, Russia, United Kingdom, India, Spain, Australia, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Israel, Sweden, Germany, Finland, and Netherlands.

The 10 most popular press releases:

CDC Issues Precautionary Health Warnings about Cell Phone Radiation

LTE Cell Phone Radiation Affects Brain Activity in Cell Phone Users

Hybrid and Electric Automobiles Should Be Re-Designed to Reduce Electromagnetic Radiation Risks

Samsung Scores with Lowest Radiation Cell Phones: Why Samsung Phones are a “Win-Win”

Secondhand Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation: An Emerging Public Health Problem?

Your Cell Phone Company May Affect Your Risk of Brain Cancer

Most Significant Government Health Report on Mobile Phone Radiation Ever Published

Wireless Industry’s Patented System to Reduce Cancer Risk from Wireless Local Networks Never Adopted

Brain Cancer Risk Increases with the Amount of Wireless Phone Use: Study

Scientists Call on Government to Protect Public from Wireless Radiation Exposure


Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director
Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley

Electromagnetic Radiation Safety

Website:              http://www.saferemr.com
Facebook:            http://www.facebook.com/SaferEMR
News Releases:    http://pressroom.prlog.org/jmm716/
Twitter:                 @berkeleyprc

One thought on “The Electromagnetic Radiation Safety Website Celebrates its Second Anniversary Today

  1. A huge thank you to Joel M. Moskowitz for an excellent web site. Bravo!

    This is one of my favorite stories regarding how hi-tech science is working for the betterment of mankind, along with one of my favorite CNN quotes:

    “The tubers mimic the way the human body responds to electronic signals, so engineers at Boeing’s Test & Evaluation Laboratory used the spud-filled plane to try out the new methods without requiring hundreds of people to sit in the aircraft.”

    Erm… Explain mimic? These were regular vegetables, right?

    So, were these GMO or organic potatoes? Where did the potatoes come from? Idaho, California, Argentina??? Did any of the sacks complain about leg room? Did they enjoy the movie? Any births or deaths during the experiment? Questioning minds need to know…

    Boeing uses potatoes for in-flight wireless test

    http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/19/travel/potatoes-wireless/index.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+rss%2Fcnn_topstories+(RSS%3A+Top+Stories

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