ARE CELL PHONES SAFE?
What are cell phones used for?
this is an issue because people are texting while driving so they are not paying attention to the road,they can hit someone if they are on their cell phones, lokking for something they have droped,
This is what happens if you use your cell phone way to much, you can get a brain tumor.
If people use cell phones they can get a tumor in their brain.
Cell phones have radiofrequency energy, which can be absorbed by tissues closest to where the phone is held and can cause brain cancer.
"The health endpoints that have been reported to be associated with ELF and/or RF include childhood leukemia, adult brain tumors, childhood brain tumors, genotoxic effects (DNA damage and micronucleation), neurological effects and neurodegenerative disease, immune system disregulation, allergic and inflammatory responses, breast cancer in men and women, miscarriage and some cardiovascular effects... Given the scientific evidence at hand, the rapid deployment of new wireless technologies that chronically expose people to pulsed RF at levels reported to cause bioeffects, which in turn, could reasonably be presumed to lead to serious health impacts, is a public health concern. A public health action level that implements preventative action now is warranted, based on the collective evidence...[I]t is not unreasonable to question the safety of RF at any level."July 2007 - David O. Carpenter, MD
"Numerous government agencies and professional organizations have reviewed the science related to potential health effects from using wireless phones. While the specific conclusions vary, all of the reports that assess the evidence using multidisciplinary panels and a comprehensive approach reach similar conclusions; the current scientific evidence does not demonstrate that wireless phones cause cancer or other adverse health effects... Based on my review of the epidemiologic studies and consideration of experimental data in animals, I agree with the conclusions of the scientific organizations: The current scientific evidence does not demonstrate that wireless phones cause cancer or other adverse health effects."