Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

I use my cell phone for everything, I send emails, instant messages, access the web and make lots of call.
One of my employees told me I should use my cell phone less because it is dangerous for my health and can cause me cancer.
I once heard about cell phones being bad for your brain but never paid too much attention.
Is it true that cell phones cause cancer?

asked by Jamjam in Diseases & Conditions | 3007 views | 07-15-2009 at 06:51 PM

Some researchers say there is a possible link between cell phone use and brain cancer. There have also been links to other health problems such as headaches, dizziness and memory loss. But the U.S.F.D.A. (United States Food and Drug Administration) disagrees and says there is no danger in cell phone use.

Years of studies have yielded conflicting results, and there is no consensus among scientists about the degree of cancer risk, if any, cell phone use could cause.

Because cell phones have only been in widespread use for about a decade, there hasn't been much opportunity to carry out long-term studies of their effects on our health.

I wouldn't use it so much if I were you.

answered by Zoe | 07-15-2009 at 06:54 PM

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