With the increased use of mobile communication, cordless phones, WiFi and Bluetooth the level of exposure to radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation is increasing dramatically. Medical equipment e.g. MRI, glucose monitors, security scanners and more are also contributors and levels are expected to rise even more as millions of radio-frequency transmitters are added around us.
Exposure to radio-frequency radiation, can cause materials containing water, such as food, fluids, and body tissues, to produce heat. Although science is not clear on long term effects, it has determined this heat can lead to burns and tissue damage.
As with any lab testing, it is critical to use up to date and accurate lab equipment.