We show you how to check the radiation levels of your feature phone or smartphone
Published on May 24, 2010
Cell phones and smartphones are becoming more of a commodity with each passing day — it seems like just about everyone young and old carries at least one.
The unfortunate truth as many are aware, however, is that cell phones emit varying levels of radiation that can be harmful.
While the extent of the possible damage caused by cell phones is an ongoing debate with plenty of evidence on both sides of the fence, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. By simply using a Bluetooth headset, for example, you can ensure that the bulk of any radiation emitted by your phone stays away from your head.
Hands-free headsets aren’t always convenient however, so it’s good to be aware of the radiation levels emitted by a phone before you make a new purchase. Obviously, you should try to avoid purchasing phones with high levels of radiation.
It’s also a good idea to check the radiation levels of your current phone so you know if you should be extra safe.
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