Animal research on radio frequency radiation they emit has shown a connection with cancer
Famous Apple wireless hearing aids are in the hurricane of the medical community, at least 250 scientists have sent a UN and WHO report condemning them these devices can cause cancer.
According to the signatories of the World Health Agencies petition, this hearing aid could emit dangerous radiation directly into the brain as they are deep in the ear canal and, according to experts, reveal these fragile parts of the ear to dangerous radiation.
"My concern about AirPods is that their placement in the ear canal reveals the head tissue to a relatively high level of radio frequency radiation," said Medium Professor. and Biochemistry at the University of Colorado Jerry Phillips.
A petition sent to the United Nations also warns of many devices that emit radio frequency radiation used in WiFi, cellular data, and Bluetooth at the head.
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Answer from that time and so far, Apple has that their products are designed and tested "to meet or exceed all security requirements," as Apple's spokesman Alex Kirschner said at that time.
Animal studies on the radio frequency they emit show a link to cancer. However, the WHO stated that emissions are far below what could be considered harmful. Other groups believe that the evidence suggests that there is no risk when reviewing combined studies.
The jury is still considering whether these devices can cause cancer or not