1. "Mobile Tower Radiation Hits Singer Sukhwinder Singh's Apartment," Daily Bhaskar, Mumbai, India, 07-31-2013.

2.  Recent epidemiological studies on myriad health problems suffered by populations living next to cell tower antennas can be FOUND HERE.
3. "German Doctors Unite On Health Effects," Powerwatch, 07-22-2005,  Read their statement HERE.
4. Viel Mehr Krebskranke in Deutschland, 02-23-2010.  This article is in German, but the message in the first paragraph is quite clear, even to those who don't speak German: "Aktuell leben rund 1,45 Millionen Tumorpatienten in Deutschland, deren Krankheit vor höchstens fünf Jahren entdeckt wurde. Dies entspricht bei den Frauen einem Zuwachs von 40 Prozent im Vergleich zu 1990. Bei den Männern beträgt das Plus sogar 90 Prozent."
5.  "Germans Worried About the Health Effects of Mobiles," Expatica, Germany, 07-09-2006.

6. "Carcinogenicity of  Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields," The Lancet Oncology, June 22, 2011.

7. " New Study Shows Cell Phones Cook Your Brain," Dr. Devra Davis, Ph.D., 03-12-2013.

8. "Pooled Analysis of Case-Controlled Studies on Acoustic Neuroma Diagnosed 1997-2003 and 2007-2009 and Use of Mobile and Cordless Phones," Hardell et al., International Journal of Oncology, 07-22-2013.

9. "Radiofrequency Safety FAQs: What Research is Being Done?" Office of Engineering and Technology, Federal Communications Commission: "At the present time, most of the non-military research on biological effects of RF energy in the U.S., is being funded by industry organizations, although relatively more research by government agencies is being carried out overseas, particularly in Europe."

10.  Louis Slesin, editor of Microwave News, is quoted in a printed interview by the Institute for Inquiry, Box 335, Davenport, California, October 2007.

11. "Hearing Level and Intensive Use of Mobile Phones," Callejo et al., University of Valencia, Acta Otorrinolaringol Esp, May 2005, 56(5) 187-91.

12. "Effects of Intensive and Moderate Cellular Phone Use On Hearing Function," Oktay et al., Department of Otolaryngology, Medical School of Dicle University, Diyarbakir, Turkey, Electromagnetic Biology, 2006 25(1) 13-21.

13. "Auditory Changes In Mobile Users: Is Evidence Forthcoming?," Modi et al., Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, 2010, 143:P85, June 2010.

14. "Doctors Report 50% Hearing Loss Among Cell Phone Users," The Times of India, 05-13-2013.

15. "Auditory Changes In Mobile Users: Is Evidence Forthcoming?" Panda et al., Department of Otolaryngology, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarth, India, Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery, April 2011, 144(40): 158-5.

16. "The Acute Auditory Effects of Exposure for 60 Minutes to Mobile's Electromagnetic Fields," Alsanosi et al., Department of Otolaryngology, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Medical Journal, February 2013, 34(2) 142-6.

17. "Self-reported Symptoms Associated with Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields: A Questionnaire Study," Kucer et al., Electromagnetic Biology Medicine, 06-03-2013.

18. Neurotropic Factor in the Superior Olivary Complex of Mice After Radiofrequency Exposure," Maskey et al., Neuroscience Letters,  02-15-2014. Note: Neuroscience Letters is a journal devoted to the rapid publication of short, high-quality papers of interest to the broad community of neuroscientists.

19. "Effects of Chronic Exposure to Electromagnetic Waves on the Auditory System," Ozgur et al., Acta Otolaryngology, 2015, April 2:1-6.
20. "Effects of Exposure to 2100MHz GSM-Like radiofrequency Electromagnetic Field on Auditory System of Rats," Celiker et al., Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology, November 2016; S1808-1894 (16)30222-1.
21. See: "Microwave Auditory Effect."

22.  Ibid.

23."Interoperative Observation of Changes in Cochlear Nerve Action Potentials During Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Mobile Phones," Colletti et al., Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 2011; 82:766-771.
24. " Prolonged Mobile Phone Use May Be Linked to Tinnitus,", July 20, 2010.
25.  Wikipedia: See: "Tinnitus" This fact is attributed to the American Tinnitus Association, 2010.

26. "Study Shows Sharp Increase in Hearing Loss Among Teens, Especially Boys," Washington Post, 08-18-2010; also "Study: 30% Increase in Teens with Hearing Loss," San Francisco Chronicle, 08-18-2010.

27.  From the newsletter of the Associated BioElectromagnetics Technologists of April 2004: “The cell phone headset has become popular as a way to reduce the cognitive impairment and cancer risk associated with radiofrequency (RF) radiation exposure. However, the possibility of embryonic and fetal damage is now increasing as the radiating cell phone units are being moved elsewhere on or near the body. In many cases the devices are relocated immediately adjacent to the area where an embryo or fetus is carried. Researchers have emphatically reported that an embryo/fetus should not be exposed to radiofrequency radiation, such as that emitted by the portable cell phone or portable telephone. One particular reason to avoid RF radiation exposure during pregnancy is that an embryo/fetus may not be fully protected by amniotic fluid for extended periods of time due to the natural movement of the mother or the embryo/fetus within the womb. Secondly, the pelvic structure promotes deep RF radiation penetration and that radiation can be absorbed within the developing embryo/fetus.”

28.  "2.45 Gigahertz Radiofrequency Fields Alter Gene Expression in Cultured Human Cells," S. Lee et al., FEBS Letters, Vol 579, August 2005: In 2005, the Department of Medicine at the University of Chicago reported that human cells exposed to non-thermal gigahertz radiation suffered altered expression of 221 genes after a 2-hour exposure.  After a 8-hour exposure, 759 different genes showed altered expression.
29.  These facts are from the National Dissemination Center for Children With Disabilities, Deafness and Hearing Loss, 2010.

30. "Effects of Interuterine and Extrauterine Exposure to GSM-like Radiofrequency Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions in Infant Male Rabbits," International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, March 2009, 73(3) 391-9.