I've been working in and around electronics and radio since I was a young kid - pre-teen. Because of that and quite a bit of education and practical experience with radio, TV, cell phones and all manner of antennas, measuring devices and such, as well as an excellent grounding in physics, I read this article with great interest. Its title, "Warning: Your Cell Phone May Be Hazardous to Your Health" mirrors lots of articles I've read in the past 20+ years, but this is the first one I've read that puts a bunch of different things into perspective in a way that makes me feel like moving far from the local cell tower and throwing away my cell phone and WiFi modem NOW!
I've pretty much agreed with the typical scientific article I've seen that the effects of microwave radiation on the human body would be mostly due to heating in the same fashion that meat heats in a microwave oven - and that such effects would be minimal due both to the relatively low power of the phones (especially recently, not so much in the first few years as the cells were larger and the radios had to be more powerful than they do today.)
"Distorting the public health literature is not a victimless crime. Workers who will be exposed to higher EMFs will face, according to Miller and Villeneuve, an up to tenfold greater cancer risk than if precautions were to be taken. Kheifets and Swanson's fraud is no different from that which helped suppress the cancer risks of cigarette smoke, asbestos and many, many chemicals. Yet these industry scientists continue to be welcomed at the highest levels as fair and balanced experts." (Junk Science - Microwave News)