28 Oct '14, 7pm

Could wearable technology be dangerous to our health?

Could wearable technology be dangerous to our health?

Phones, fitness trackers, smart watches, laptops, and other wearable technology all broadcast signals to stay connected with WiFi or digital signals. These devices all constantly emit radiofrequency (RF) radiation, and because we are always on our phones or wearing devices, we are bombarded with radiation more so than we ever have before. Granted much of the radiation from cell phones and devices is considered to be very low, so low in fact that Bluetooth Low Energy isn’t even regulated by the FCC. A Danish study of 360,000 cell phone users found that there was no increased risk of brain tumors with long term use.

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