With the technological progress of cell phones in recent years, it is now easier for individuals to stay in touch anywhere and anytime. However, the rapid development of the use of cell phones and the establishment of relay antennas; a little everywhere on the Congolese soil have raised fears and concerns that this technology may have adverse effects on health and represent a real danger for all its users. Therefore, this research focuses on the consequences to which cell phones expose us. With the various studies conducted around the world, scientists are rather perplexed and in doubt, yet the urgency is required, because currently in the world, there are six billion unwitting “guinea pigs” who use their cell phone daily and some are addicted to it for a good ten years. If the electromagnetic waves emitted by cell phones are toxic, it is obvious that this should already be revealed to the public. It is in this perspective, that the present research is registered as to prevent the possible risks that these new technologies involve on the evolution of the human life; by elucidating the devices of adaptation adequate to the various applications of the cell phones; and to propose tracks of the solutions being able to reduce the rate of radiation on the Congolese population, in particular.
Citation : Yende R.G., Sr Tshiela N. M., Kumande N. L., Lowembo A T. A., Kadiata I.C. ; Bukasa J. (2023) Possible dangers of electromagnetic waves from cell phones and relay antennas on human health in DRC: Effects, Risks, Health and Protection, European Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research, 10 (1),26-45,
Keywords: DRC, Effects, Human Health, Mobile Phone, Protection, Risks., Use, danger, electromagnetic waves, eventual, relay antennas
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