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Cell Phones, Kids, and Radiation Part 1

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Cell phone radiation concerns come and go, right? But can we afford to be so nonchalant when the long-term stats aren’t yet in for our children?
Global Warning?
Three years ago: The European Environment Agency said, Cell phone technology could lead to a health crisis similar to those caused by asbestos, smoking and lead.

2008: As reported in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, the Ministry of Health suggested parents postpone or restrict children's use of cell phones and make sure they use wired, not wireless, headsets. Officials were particularly concerned about children’s use of cell phones, due to their heightened risk for developing tumors as a result of exposure to radiation, and because children can expect many more years of cell-phone use in comparison to adults.

2009: The French Education Ministry banned the use of cell phones in primary schools and required manufacturers to make models that only allow texting.

Today: The Austrian Medical Association is trying to get Wi-Fi systems banned from schools to protect children from the potential long-term consequences of radiation. In Canada, the official government stance is for teenagers to keep calls shorter than 10 minutes; Russian scientists suggest banning cell phones for anyone younger than 18 the British government says parents shouldn’t let children younger than 16 use a mobile phone.

MY 9-year-old daughter wants a cell phone. Very, very badly. In the fourth grade a cell phone makes you cool. It’s a status symbol. A one-way ticket to popularity. A number of her elementary school friends have their own phones, and they’re not alone. Right now about 22 percent of young children (ages 6 - 9) carry cell phones and 60 percent of older kids (ages 10 - 14) own a phone. Market research by the Yankee Group shows that more than half of kids ages 8 - 12 will have a cell phone in the next three years. Alas, my young one won’t be one of the lucky ones for a few more years.

Why? One reason is because we’re part of a dying breed of old-fashioned parents who believe privileges should come with responsibilities. That means if you want to chat on a cell, you’ll need to pay for it with money earned babysitting, mowing lawns or walking dogs. We’re also hesitant because we’ve already seen our daughter's peers use their cell phones to make crank calls, send inappropriate texts and make secretive calls to so-called boyfriends, then lie to their parents about it.

The Pew Internet and American Life Project reports that nearly half of young cell phone users lie about their location and about the identity of the person on the other end of the line. But money and sexting pale in comparison to the big worry. Cancer.

Mounting Evidence
A rapidly growing and increasingly vocal group of physicians, scientists and legislators in the United States and around the world believe that radio-frequency (RF) radiation emitted by cellular phones can greatly increase your risk of developing cancer, specifically cancer of the salivary glands and brain. They cite studies showing that individuals who have used cell phones for more than a decade have double the risk of developing a deadly form of brain cancer called glioma.

Interestingly, the tumors show up on the side of the head where the victims hold their phones. Since children have thinner skulls and absorb far more radiation than adults, these physicians say they are particularly vulnerable to its damaging affects. What’s really worrisome for scientists studying this problem is that most adults have only been heavy cell phone users (defined by a person who uses a cell for 30 minutes a day) for the last few years, while a child who gets a cell phone this year will rack up 15 years of cell phone use by the time they’re only 25.

The environmental health expert leading the call to action is epidemiologist and toxicologist Devra Davis, Ph.D., MPH. Author of The Secret History of the War on Cancer (Basic Books; $12.89 on Amazon), a Newsweek magazine pick, and of the recently published Disconnect: The Truth About Cell Phone Radiation (Dutton; $16.89 on Amazon), a Time magazine top pick of 2010, Davis says, Cell phones aren’t going away. But unless we change the way we use them, we could see a global epidemic of brain cancer in 20 years.

That’s a scary thought. So frightening that Senator Arlen Spector (D-PA), a brain tumor survivor, held congressional hearings a little over a year ago to investigate the issue. Six months ago, Maine State Representative Andrea Boland submitted a bill that would require a warning label on cell phones sold in her state reading, This device emits electromagnetic radiation - exposure which may cause brain cancer. Users especially children and pregnant women should keep the device away from the head and body. Six months ago, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom pushed for similar warnings, and the city’s Board of Supervisors voted to require companies to print each cellular device’s SAR (specific absorption rate) radiation rating on the package right next to the price.

Reality Check
Perhaps it’s time to actually read the fine print. Phone manufacturers are putting radiation warnings on the devices they sell now. For example, Apple’s iPhone safety manual includes: When using iPhone near your body for voice calls or for wireless data transmission over a cellular network, keep iPhone at least 5/8 inch away from the body.
Research in Motion’s BlackBerry 9000 warns users against carrying their phones within .98 inches of their body. The Motorola W180 manual states, If you do not use a body-worn accessory supplied or approved by Motorola ” or if you hang your mobile device from a lanyard around your neck ” keep the mobile device and its antenna at least one inch from your body when transmitting.

When using any data feature of the mobile device, with or without an accessory cable, position the mobile device and its antenna at least 2.5 centimeters (one inch) from your body.

Who does that? And why are so many people concerned?
Cell phones communicate through waves of RF radiation. This type of energy isn’t as strong as X-rays, but at high levels, RF waves can heat up body tissues. That’s how a microwave oven cooks food. Davis explains, The microwave and the cell phone use the same frequency. While the microwave uses 1,000 watts of power and the cell uses less than 1 watt, we only use the microwave for a few minutes a day and we don’t hold it next to our heads. We use a phone for hours each day, year after year after year.
She and other scientists compare the risks to smoking. One cigarette won’t kill you. But the cumulative effect of exposing your lungs to carcinogens over the course of 20 years can be deadly. Brain cancer can take 40 years to develop. We protect our children with seat belts and bike helmets, so we have to think of all the ways to protect their brains, Davis says.

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