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Friday, July 25th, 2008, 6:35 am

Cell Phones and Smoking

Friends don’t do this to friends

Smoking is gradually being banned from more and more places. What will it be now that cancer research progresses?

He suggests that people try to avoid constantly carrying their cell phones on their bodies and also try not to keep the devices nearby at night under the pillow or on a nightstand. He even warns against using cell phones in public places like buses because it exposes others to the phone’s electromagnetic fields.


2 Responses to “Cell Phones and Smoking”

  1. Scott Tobkes Says:

    You know what’s really dangerous? Smoking while on your cellphone while filling your gas tank.

  2. Chris Lees Says:

    When cancer research progresses, it will go back to the future and realise that anything above visible light in frequency is harmful, and anything else (like radio waves) are not harmful.

    Mobile phones are not powerful enough to give off UV, X or Gamma. FACT. Any study that links cancer to mobile phones would have to have been conducted by a halfwit of the extremely-unscientific kind.

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