While the jury’s still out to some extent, a recent WHO report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer concluded that radio frequency radiation from mobile phones was “possibly carcinogenic to humans.”
While radiofrequency electromagnetic fields are definately absorbed by the body, nobody knows how much radiation is too much, especially over long periods of time.
Should parents let their children use mobile phones? And what if you live near mobile phone towers? Should you be worried?
Professor Bruce Armstrong is a professor of public health at the Sydney School of Public Health at Sydney University. He answers all these questions and explains how to use your mobile phone more safely and reduce your exposure to radiation.
Listen Now – Professor Bruce Armstrong from the Sydney School of Public Health explains the latest research.
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