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A Cell Phone in a Pocket can Drastically Reduce Sperm Count and Motility (Arousal) According to Author Peter McIntosh of 'A Subtle Addiction' the eBook of 2013

Los Angeles, USA (PRWEB) January 24, 2013

Yes the evidence is mounting, according to the authors Peter & Lynn McIntosh of 'A Subtle Addiction - Attacking the Y Generation', that keeping a cell phone in a pocket, on the belt or in the bra, is showing documented proof from research groups in many countries of their potentially harmful effects to the reproductive organs.

It is a hot topic with many groups seeking to prove or disprove the claims that this practice leads to results such as low sperm count, drop in motility, contribution to breast cancer, testicular cancer increases and other health implications.
On the UK's not for profit group site, the extensive page on Fertility, details 10 studies from many countries by qualified scientists, associates, doctors and university and medical researchers outlining results that virtually all lead to the same basic conclusion.

As stated on this site, the cell phones low emission of Electro Magnetic Radiation or microwaves seeking a constant connection with the base station, creates a zone of radiation which over time can cause serious health complications.
Peter in the eBook chapter 5, explains just how easy it is for users to expose themselves to this usually ignored risk, and illustrates the results as seen by many doctors and shown in videos throughout the book.

The authors ask the question, are children and teenagers slowly losing their ability to reproduce children in adulthood due to their prolonged EMF exposure, sometimes many hours a day to a cell phone or video game controllers? The studies mentioned above and others shown on emotive videos from highly qualified medical authorities such as Dr Devra Davis, Dr Magda Havas and Dr George Carlo, all lead to a similar conclusion, that this practice is going to have dramatic effects on the sterility of adults in the next decade.

This concerning issue is just one of many raised in the book, and the authors want to create greater awareness of how the EMF (Electro Magnetic Fields) surrounding wireless devices are penetrating the human body and potentially causing long term health risks, some even fatal.

Ignoring this problem they state will not make it go away, and should users not take action to avoid this exposure then they may suffer the effects, no man wants to lose his virility or woman her ability to bear a child, however by reading this book they will read of the many preventative measures open to them and how they can assist others,especially children to gain protection.

To preview a copy of the illuminating new eBook go to where 8 random pages are there to review along with 2 very compelling videos.
If this introduction compels the reader to want more then the same page will enable them to go to the link to buy the 72 book, 18 videos and more for only $9.98 on-line.

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