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A Survey on the Impact of Radiation Emitted By the Cell Phone Tower on Human Subjects

M Chandran, Sekar Babu Hariram, J Vigneshwar, M Fazil Ahmed, E Balaji, Gayatri Kaur, and Sunisha Sugunan
Department of Biotechnology, Veltech Hightech Dr.Rangarajan Dr.Sakunthala Engineering College Avadi,Chennai 62
Abstract—Effect of cell phone tower on human subjects have not been much explored hence the present survey has been designed to identify the common diseases prevailing among the people dwelling in different zones near the cell phone tower. subjects have been divided into two groups as zone I subjects dwelling close proximity up to 50 meters from the cell phone tower whereas zone II subjects 100 meters from the cell phone tower. It is evident from the study that skin disease and hair loss was common among the subjects living in zone II when compared to zone I. It is also evident from the study that diabetic cardiac and respiratory patients were markedly higher in zone I when compared to zone II. Regarding cancer, epileptic and insomnia patients were insignificant in both zone I and zone II. This project will form base to identify a safe distance of living without the interference of radiation pollution emitted by the cell phone towers by Protecting the infants and children of future India.This will certainly form a base for further research on cell phone radiation effect on human subjects. 

Index Terms—radiation emission, dwelling zone, ailments, moody, blood pressure

Cite: M Chandran, Sekar Babu Hariram, J Vigneshwar, M Fazil Ahmed, E Balaji, Gayatri Kaur, and Sunisha Sugunan, "A Survey on the Impact of Radiation Emitted By the Cell Phone Tower on Human Subjects," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 171-173, July 2012.
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