|"Buzz, Buzz, Buzz-off."|
|Bees and Humans don't respond
well to Strong Frequency Transmissions
"Approximately 25,000 articles have been published over the past 30 years, you have to wonder "Are we lab rats?".
So here's some basic info on the subject."
Broadcast frequency signals and establishment of EMF telegraph systems, began about 1805 A.D. This was in the electromagnetic "spectrum" of between, approximately, 60 to 300 GHz. The distribution of electricity  through overhead wire, hung from poles began shortly before this.
Currently, the RF spectrum is quite crowded, and new technologies are constantly being developed to allow more information to be transmitted on the available frequencies , which are in the range of 103–106 times stronger than the naturally occurring RF  background, in cities.
Broadband RF "noise" is created as a by-product of electrical power generation, transmission, and devise usage.
Recent study: (Australia)
Two bee hives were put in the same field. One bee hive had a cell phone in it. After a week and a few days, the bee hive without a cell phone had all the bees still in it. The bee hive with the cell phone only had the queen bee left in it. All other bees left for good.
Known fact: (Canada)
Most cell phones run the antenna up the left side of the phone, full length. It's not uncommon to find your thumb blocking that area of the phone, so when the phone transmits data to the tower, your thumb is actually having the data frequency signal going right through it.
This means your thumb muscles may experience loss of use for short period of time. I've experienced this myself.
Recommend, using speaker mode on cell phone and laying it down on a flat surface near a window to talk for extended periods of time.
Note: the farther you're phone is from a window, indoors, the higher the phone must boost the signal to reach the tower.
 a form of energy resulting from the existence of charged particles, such as electrons or protons
 rate at which a vibration occurs that constitutes a wave, either in a material, as in sound waves, or in an electromagnetic field, as in radio waves and light
 radio frequency or band of frequencies in the range 104 to 1011 or 1012 Hz, suitable for use in telecommunications
"So, there's some information I researched, on that."
Casing-Stone Hill, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada