Mobile phone safety

A U.N. study, spanning a decade and covering 13 nations, into the effects of mobile phone use linked with the risk of cancer has been inconclusive, but it doesn’t mean you should stop safe practices.

Experts ruled the $24 million study inconclusive, but the fact remains that the study did uncover some evidence of a cancer risk, providing more than enough evidence to deter extended use of mobile phones.

Some national radiation advisory authorities around the world have recommended measures to minimise exposure to their citizens. These recommendations are:

·tUse hands-free to decrease the radiation to the head.

·tKeep the mobile phone away from the body.

·tDo not use telephone in a car without an external antenna.

Several nations have advised moderate use of mobile phones for children.

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