Mobile Phones - Safety Issue

By: Olivia Andrews

Safety of mobile phones is a big issue around the world and each year many dollars are spend to find out the dangers involved in using a mobile phone. This research is carried on to find whether exposure to radio frequency energy could result in some sort of cancer.

You might have heard that some mobile phone manufacturers are trying out ways to reduce the ill effects of the radio frequency energy being exposed from mobile phones. Cancer research is also being carried on by pharmaceutical companies campaigning for mobile phone manufacturers to warn all the mobile phone users about the dangerous levels of this radio frequency.

Because the use of mobile phones is something new many of us don't know the damage caused as the years pass by and it is also concluded that mobile phones give exposure to radio frequency energy and that is why you need to take some precautions.

One important step that you can take in order to avoid it is wearing an earpiece and using car kits so that the time your mobile phone is against your ear phone is reduced. The car kit is very essential for safe driving and in many countries it is not allowed to talk on the mobile phone and drive simultaneously.

There is also hazardous risk for children in the use of mobile phones and some countries have even recommended that children should be given limited access to mobile phones because brains of children are in a stage of growth and could have cancerous effects.

Now many mobile phone manufacturers are spending huge amount of money on research to prove that radiation levels from mobile phones are not much hazardous and also trying to bring out mobile phones with limited radiation. In spite of all these facts it is very true that many mobile phones in the market omit radiations. So you need to arrive at your own conclusion after getting into all other aspects.

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