Dr Baxendale, who believes radio frequency radiation has a damaging effect on the nervous system, said: "The Scottish Government don't seem to recognise there could be longer-term consequences of these masts, particularly for small children.
What does RFR stand for?
RFR stands for Radio Frequency Radiation
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- Request for Qualified Contractors
- Radio Frequency Quadrupole Decelerator
- Receive Free Queue End Address
- Radio Frequency Qualification Facilities (David Florida Laboratory, Canadian Space Agency, Ottawa, Canada)
- Radio Frequency Qualification Model (Planck telescope; European Space Agency)
- Respiratory Fluoroquinolone-Resistant
- Risk Framework Quality Review (Victorian Managed Insurance Authority; Australia)
- Request for Qualified Vendor Application
- Relative Fluorescence Quantum Yields
- Radio Free Roscoe (TV show)
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Before then, the Bio-Initiative Report was conducted by a group of researchers documenting 2,000 studies of biological effects of low frequency and radio frequency radiation, and calling for more realistic human exposure guidelines.
Where such telecommunications apparatus are established next to such buildings, the relevant licensee shall use its best endeavours to minimise the radio frequency radiation intensity in these areas.
Not only is the habit a danger to others on the road, but the users, encased in a car, are increasing the risk of harm to themselves from the radio frequency radiation being reflected back on themselves and concentrated by the metal parts of the car.
But campaign groups fighting the increasing prevalence of masts say the radio frequency radiation emitted poses a string of health risks, ranging from headaches and insomnia to cancer.
Government advice recommends masts are not sited near schools without consultation as children are thought to be more vulnerable to radio frequency radiation emissions than adults, the series states.
Government advice recommends masts are not sited near schools without consultation as children are thought to be more vulnerable to radio frequency radiation emissions than adults, the Panorama series states.
As part of the collaboration, large-scale experiments have been conducted on the cellular and genetic level using radio waves up to 10 times stronger than the limit set forth in radio frequency radiation protection guidelines for base stations.