Yes you should. But let's give you some perspective first. Magnetic, electric and RF fields are obviously not killing us quickly. But they may be harming us slowly. Compare our knowledge of EMF today to our knowledge of the effects of cigarettes 40 or 50 years ago. Almost everyone smoked and they were just beginning to learn of the harmful effects. That may be where we are today with our knowledge of the effects of EMF.
Studies are being done, and there are indeed indications that prolonged exposure to electromagnetic fields can cause anything from nervousness and anxiety to more serious illnesses such as cancer and leukaemia. A prudent course of action is to err on the side of caution until we can know more.
Consider the following: