Phones: Good or Bad? Part 1
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Cell Phone Radiation Protection
Mobile Phone Radiation Protection
Ever progressive, San Francisco voted today to become the
first city in the nation where retailers must display the
radiation levels emitted by cell phones. This value, which
will be posted alongside each cell phone model's features
and prices, represents a potential new front in the
extremely competitive and booming cell phone marketplace.
Backers of the ordinance, such as the Environmental Working
Group (EWG), a Washington, D.C.-based advocacy organization,
and San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsome, have essentially
framed the right-to-know law as a "better safe than sorry"
approach to cell phone safety.
"We are not suggesting people abandon cell phones — we
certainly wouldn’t — but we suggest that people use cell
phones differently by using headsets and that they buy
low-radiation cell phones," said Olga Naidenko, a senior
scientist at EWG.
Unclear and present danger
Threats to health from cell phone radiation have been a
persistent, though scientifically dubious, concern for years
now. The anxiety has only grown as the usage of mobile
devices has exploded, especially amongst children.
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