General Safety Tips For Reducing Carcinogenic Radiation Exposure
 
Choose wired Internet connections instead of wireless systems, whenever possible. 
 
Request wired options and provide them to others, such as for computers, laptops, tablets, printers, gaming consoles and handsets, mouse, keyboards, video cameras, speakers, headphones, micro-phones and other accessories.
 
When digital devices are connected with wired Internet connections, turn off the Data, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (in device settings) and turn off the Wi-Fi on the router.
 
Use a (not cordless) landline home phones whenever possible, especially for long voice calls. Make sure that your corded phone does not have wireless capabilities.
 
Keep cell phones away from the head and body, and keep wireless devices at a distance, and off of laps.

Make only short and essential calls on wireless devices on speaker mode.

As much as possible power off Wi-connected phones and personal digital devices, or set on airplane mode with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Data, Mobile Hotspot Location off.

Avoid sleeping next to cell phones or other wireless devices; power them off at night. If a cell phone must be used as an alarm clock, turn thephone to airplane mode, or use a separate battery-powered clock.

Keep non-prescription electronics out of bedrooms.

Avoid charging phones and devices near beds.

Pre-download videos and music rather than stream.

If Wi-Fi cannot be entirely eliminated, put the Wi-Fi router on a timer to turn off when not needed (especially while sleeping).
 
Routinely listen to the "music" in your environment. Understand that microwave voltage travels through your body where it commits drastic damage to molecules and cells. Do not allow your body to remain in an area where microwave voltage activates an audio meter.