I really hate posting this because our daily lives have become very attached to our cell phones. They provide on the go communications better than ever in history. However this could also be an argument for my friends out there who absolutely refuse to use text messaging. I am attached (dare I say hooked….na) to my cell phone as I treat it like an American Express card; I don’t leave home without it. One thing that I use my phone for which has prevented me many times form leaving it behind is texting my current location and mileage to my email. It’s a habit for me to do so as I’m leaving where I’m at. This habit is also good for having recorded when you left somewhere. I do the same when I stop for gas, creating a sort of auto-log for gas and mileage. Buy I digress from the real topic here.
Here is an article outlining the health problems that have already been reported, and I’m sure more will come along about the dangers of the radiation emitted from cell phones. http://superconducstors.blogspot.com/2009/12/cell-phone-hazards-evidence-is-in.html
And this one that focuses more on use by children. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-345465/Parents-ignoring-mobile-phone-risks.html
As many surmised long before the dangers of smoking were officially announced in the early 60′s, that smoking was not a healthy thing to be doing. That in mind, I am sure others have considered the likely health hazards related to cell phone use radiation. It mostly came to me in seeing teens outside, especailly at night, using their cell phones. It brought back memories of decades ago seeing the glow of teens cigarettes. Initially my thought was better the phones, than cigarettes. But then the thought that is was really a matter of one bad habit being replaced with a higher tech, possibly even more dangerous habit? As mentioned earlier, the habit of texting, versus talking on the phone is probably a much safer use of it? Have not seen any indications of dangers from texting, it in fact is suggested as a means to keep it from the ear, which is considered the stronger exposure to the radiation.
Here is a link to avoiding exposure.
Note however I do not agree with using a bluetooth device being an effective means of limiting radiation. As this article also states. http://www.emfblues.com/Bluetooth-EMF-Safety-Health-Effects-Dangers-Bluetooth-Headsets-Dangerous-Radiation.html
Having studied electronics technology and the fact that the effects of radiation are cummlative, as the previous article states; no, or insufficient research has been conducted on it’s safety. Given that many keep the bluetooth device in their ear all or most of the day, my guess would be that it’s actaully worse since the signal is being transmitted as long as the bluetooth device is turned on and worn, not just when talking on the phone.
Here are a couple more reference links.
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