Turn Up the Heat (on Your Electric Blanket) - WebMD

https://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/news/20001110/turn-up-heat-on-your-electric-blanket Nov 10, 2000 · The lack of a connection between breast cancer risk and electric blankets might seem a bit of a surprise, in light of recent reports about the potential danger of cell-phone use. Some researchers have suggested exposure to the phones might lead to breast cancer.…

What Should I Know About Electric Blankets and Cancer?

https://www.wisegeek.com/what-should-i-know-about-electric-blankets-and-cancer.htm Oct 30, 2019 · While it would seem that scientific studies would confirm or debunk any connection between electric blankets and cancer, there have been no definitive conclusions. The results of some studies indicate that women who frequently use electric blankets are at a greater risk of developing breast cancer. A few studies indicate that men sleeping under an electric blanket may be at a greater risk for testicular cancer.…

Can Heating Pads Cause Cancer? - Ask Dr. Weil

https://www.drweil.com/health-wellness/body-mind-spirit/cancer/can-heating-pads-cause-cancer/ The heat helps me limber up prior to exercise. I've been told that using a heating pad every morning for 10-12 minutes could cause me to develop cancer in an internal organ, due to the electric radiation.…

The Dangers & Possible Side Effects of Heated Blankets – Chili

https://www.chilitechnology.com/blogs/pillow-talk/electric-blankets-are-bad-with-one-exception Leading advocates for the disuse of electric blankets due to the associated health risks argue the use of these products enhances your risk of being diagnosed with cancer, decreased fertility in men, and pregnancy problems for women. All this is correlated with the EMF (electromagnetic fields) to which electric blanket users are exposed.…

Ask the Experts: Electric Blankets Berkeley Wellness

https://www.berkeleywellness.com/self-care/over-counter-products/article/electric-blankets Whether electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produced by power lines and household appliances such as electric blankets can increase the risk of certain cancers or miscarriages in humans has been the subject of intensive study in the past 30 years. However, there has been no convincing evidence that typical exposures to EMFs pose any risk.…