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In addition, companies can erect base stations that cover a radius of many kilometers for much less than it would cost to run the copper cables from central exchange to every customer’s phone. This has made cell phone usage affordable for a large segment of the population. As a result, growing numbers of Africans at the top, middle, and even bottom rungs of the economic ladder depend on the wireless sector for their empowerment and livelihoods. I have not seen any people who take so much delight in owning cell phones, and handsets have become the preferred articles of gift in rural Ghana. As a result, Africans are buying mobile phones at a world record rate, and research shows that the take-up soared by 550% in the last five years.

But more than just inadequate landline networks and institutions are fueling Africa's wireless boom. Growing political stability has helped to attract foreign investors to the region. Africa and particularly Ghana has seen economic booms before – from cocoa, timber, gold and recently, oil – but hardly any have benefited the ordinary man. Cell phones may be different. On my recent visit to Ghana, I found out that the telecommunications sector is becoming the fastest-growing employer.

It directly employs thousands of people and hundreds and thousands more, indirectly. While carriers provide jobs to qualified engineers and administrators, indirect employment has helped spread the wealth even to those who don't have the benefit of education or the right connections by offering them the opportunity to sell calling cards. In some cases, card vendors make more money than government secretaries and elementary school teachers. Overseas calls made from a wireless phone have become cheaper, which has let many people and businesses connect to relatives and foreign partners at much cheaper international calling rates than those charged on landlines.

Indeed, it has been shown that adding an additional ten mobile phones per 100 people boosts a typical developing country’s GDP growth by 0.6 percent. A large part of this boost comes from innovative use of mobile phone technology by local entrepreneurs. In contrast to their use in the developed world, mobile phones in Africa are used for a wide variety of tasks, from sending money to family members to buying a fish from the market. Many business men, farmers, and laborers are finding new uses for a tool thought of as simply a voice communication device in the West, and are coming up with original methods for solving their own problems.

For example, contract laborers can now provide their phone numbers to potential employers and move on, instead of having to wait for hours at a workplace in case a job arises. Access to market information through mobile phones also provides rural communities with invaluable information about centers of business; many African fishermen check the local fish market prices on their phones to determine where to bring the day’s catch. In Ghana, farmers in Tamale are able to send a text messages to learn corn and tomato prices in Accra, over 1,000 kilometers away. In light of the many advantages of the use of cell phones and the newly postulated potential for its harmful effect, what do we do? Below are few recommendations for the safe use of cell phones.

Let's start by talking about the type of radiation produced by cell phones. It isn't the same kind you'd experience if you entered the red zone at a nuclear power plant. Cell phones expose you to non-ionizing radiation -- that's the same sort of radiation produced by a microwave oven. It’s created by radio frequencies that cause -- again like that microwave oven -- heating. There's no argument, even from skeptics, that the frequencies and transmitted power from your phone produce some heating. And since you're holding the thing against your head you're exposing your brain to cell phone radiation. None of that is in dispute. It’s the link to cancer that is in question.

So short of lining your head with aluminum foil, what do you do to decrease any possible risks? I'll try to list ways you can do to help yourself in an order based on how easy each is to follow. First try to shorten your cell phone conversations. The ladies, if you want to gossip, go to your friend or use testing instead of calling or use the speaker phone. The longer you hold the cell against your head the more exposure you receive. Since phones emit radiation when sending messages and not when it is receiving, you can try to talk less and listen more (tell this to the Ghanaian women led by the 31st December Women’s Movement). The next tip is just as easy to follow as the first. Move your phone from one ear to the other every few moments while you’re talking. That way you avoid concentrating all the radiation in one spot.

You need to know a bit about how cell phones work to understand why my next tip makes sense. The phone is a transceiver - - a receiver and transmitter housed in one tiny device. It links to a nearby cell tower where your signal is amplified and sent on to other towers -- that's why you get so much range from a low-powered cell phone. You may already know that. But here's what you might not know. If you're a good distance from a cell tower, or if the signal is weak for some other reason, the phone automatically boosts its transmitting power. That means, when the bars that display signal strength show a weak signal, your phone is cranking up the power and giving you a higher dose of non-ionizing radiation. So -- when you are in an area with low signal strength, avoid using your phone if you can. Wait until you’re in an area that offers a stronger signal, more bars.

Some people have suggested using a wired headphone and clipping the phone to your belt. Well, that's a good idea but not a perfect one. For one thing, you're moving the phone toward another vulnerable area -- your groin (and to the men, your balls. What is the point in calling the lady when your balls are cooking?).

So far, no quantification of the possible risks from cell phone use has been made, but groups like Cancer Research UK have recommended that children under 16, whose brains and central nervous systems are still developing, only use cell phones for essential calls. For Ghanaians, this would be a tough call, given the popularity of cell phones among the very young, from as early as primary school age, and teenagers.

While it is always good to be cautious, the mobile phone and cancer connection should still be treated as a hypothesis. SO DON’T HANG YET. CALL ME IF YOU CAN.

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