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Shapley wrote:I think the concern has been around for some time. I don't think people are quite won over to the research that says cell phones are safe, so they're watching for any signs that they may not be.
So now, we have somewhat of an authority on cancer speaking out about the possible link. Some people are going to accept his advise and be cautious.
I've always tried to minimize the use of my cell phone, for a variety of reasons, the potential for a cancer link being one of them, the annoyance being the biggest.
As the article has suggested, if the link exists, kids are subject to the greatest risk (as they are with all radiation exposure). They're also likely to use their phones a lot (they don't usually pay the bill, and they are social animals). Best to keep the kids off them as much as possible, for safety's sake. IMHO
jamiebk wrote:Use a Bluetooth...it's easier and the phone is usually several feet away...out of reach of those nasty microwaves.
Shapley wrote:jamiebk wrote:Use a Bluetooth...it's easier and the phone is usually several feet away...out of reach of those nasty microwaves.
Nah! I have enough trouble dealing with the voices already in my head. I don't want to give them company.....
BigJon@Work wrote:I minimize the use of a cellphone at my ear for just that reason. I'm not sure Bluetooth headsets are an ideal solution when you are walking around since some other part of your body is taking the high-energy hit.
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