I read something related to the biological effects of "mobile phone radiation". It was not as far from reality as one might expect with this topic. The context was about the acceptable distance of mobile phones to the human body. Mobile network operators specify minimal distances of some cm.
I was surprised to read that the human body actively uses electromagnetic waves in or near the frequencies used by mobile phone networks.
Is that true?
Or partially true?
Or at least plausible?
Relevant section translated (paragraph above the image):
Human body cells also communicate via electromagnetic vibrations, such currents are measured, for example, in the case of a cardiac ECG or brain EEG. The mobile radio signals are in the frequency range of the body's own vibrations. It is therefore not surprising that electromagnetic radiation can disrupt brain waves, heartbeat and other body functions. The health risks posed by high-frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF) have been sufficiently researched and documented. Diagnosis: Radio documents this on the website www.mobilfunkstudien.org