Mobile Phone Health Risks: The Current State of Evidence

Here’s some of the latest information from 2019 and 2020 surrounding mobile phone radiation and health risks.  Mobile phones are known to emit radiofrequency (RF) radiation. This is measured using SAR – specific absorption rate. If you’d like to learn more about this, visit the WaveWall blog here.  In 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO)…

What is SAR (Specific Absorption Rate)?

When you see mobile phone radiation being discussed, you might see the acronym SAR crop up rather often. SAR means ‘specific absorption rate’, which is probably no less confusing! Here, we’ll explain what SAR is and how it’s measured.  The Issue with Phone Radiation Phones are electronic devices packed with powerful components that generate a…

SAR Levels in Top Apple Phones

Smartphones are bigger and more powerful than ever before. This comes with risks attached in the form of higher radiation levels. Phones have been the subject of rampant debate surrounding the emission of non-ionising radiation. Now, as several studies have linked mobile phones with cancer and other health issues, the radiation levels emitted by many…