"...no health risks have been established from exposure to the low-level radio signals used for mobile communications."
5G and Health > Introduction
For decades, extensive research has been carried out to assess whether mobile phones or network signals pose a potential danger to human health. To date, no adverse health effects have been established.
Mobile phones communicate by transmitting radio waves. Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic radiation but operate on very low levels of power. This means they are classed as non-ionising and do not carry enough energy to cause harm to our bodies, unlike ionising radiation such as UV-rays and gamma rays.
Despite the research and scientific evidence, over recent years public opinion has been swayed by inaccurate non-factual reports and conspiracy theories that state mobile phones, and particularly 5G, presents a danger to the public.