Microwave News

Microwave News is a monthly publication featuring news and analysis on non-ionizing radiation issues. The magazine, founded in 1981, is an independent publication that covers the potential health and environmental impacts of exposure to electromagnetic fields and wireless radiation.magazine-cover-not-available.png

The magazine is based in the United States and addresses readers across the world who are concerned about the potential health effects of electromagnetic radiation. Microwave News includes a combination of original reporting, analysis, commentary, and features that cover current issues in the field of non-ionizing radiation.

Microwave News has been praised for its thorough reporting and for being one of the few sources of scientific information available to the general public on this topic. The content of the magazine is intended to inform and educate its readers about the potential risks of exposure to non-ionizing radiation, particularly from cell phones, wi-fi, and other wireless technologies.

Over the years, Microwave News has broken several major stories on the topic of non-ionizing radiation, including the controversy surrounding the US National Toxicology Program's 2018 report on the cancer risks of cell phone radiation. The magazine's reporting has led to changes in government policies and regulations on cell phone radiation.

Today, Microwave News continues to provide an essential source of information for those interested in the potential health effects of non-ionizing radiation, reporting on new scientific studies, government policies, and industry developments. The publication has received support from readers and organizations alike, who value the magazine's commitment to providing accurate and unbiased information on this important public health issue.{{Categories}}

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