Should cell phone radiation be cause for alarm?
Thu, 02 Jun 2011 7:00p.m.
Right now you are being exposed to electro magnetic fields, or EMFs. Whether that should alarm you or not is the subject of worldwide scientific debate.
Yesterday the World Health Organisation ramped up its concern, declaring cell phone use as a "possible cancer risk".
But experts are divided about the risks.
Ingrid Hipkiss shares some of the findings from an Inside New Zealand investigation.
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