No proof of cellphone health risk - review
Thu, 26 Apr 2012 10:46p.m.
There is no evidence to suggest that using mobile phones is bad for our health.
A major review of scientific studies by Britain’s Health Protection Agency could find no link between mobile phones and cancer.
Does this means there is no risk?
Watch the full report from Sky's Rhiannon Mills.
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30/04/2012 6:49:37 p.m.
a sceptic . wrote:
with such vast sums of money involved in the cell phone industry they will never admit their is a problem . there is trillions of dollars at stake here .and the scientists research grants and wages .
27/04/2012 4:34:16 p.m.
Brain surgeons have seen a huge influx of patients with tumours and are warning patients not to hold a cellphone close to your head. Cellphone towers are again much more powerful and dangerous, especially to growing children according to European Country surveys, and they should be kept well away from Schools or suburban homes!
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