University of Pittsburgh Cancer Center warns

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  1. Marthatex

    Marthatex New Member

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    Of cell phone use; says it takes too long to get results from science these days

    (I don't know but I think this is a pretty authoritative place - does anyone else know?)

    I'm glad that I talk on the cell phone as little as possible; call me old fashioned; yep, I am and proud of it

    Danish study says it's OK, so I think I would be cautious, but OK with minimum to moderate use.
     
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  3. lululove1996

    lululove1996 New Member

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    I bought one of those chip thingys you put on your phone that supposedly omits or blocks the electromagnetic radiation. I don't know if it (EMR from the cell phone) will hurt me or not, so why not limit my use and try to protect myself....ya know? :) My brain is soo close to the phone.:eek:
     
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    I don't talk too much on the phone either but would like to know about the chip you are talking about lululove.

    Anyone know if the use of a cell phone could cause seizures for people with epilepsy?
     
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    colomom Inactive

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    Any idea if the Bluetooth headset (hands free earpiece) causes any problems??
     

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