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Mobile Phone usage and health hazard issuesViews: 92
Mar 28, 2005 8:30 am Mobile Phone usage and health hazard issues

Govind Srinivasan
The quest to find a probable link between mobile phone usage and health hazard is a continuing one. Here is an excerpt from Rediff.com, giving tips for mobile phone use, that I read just now. BTW, do you or any one known to you have faced any health problem due to prolonged and frequent usage of the mobile phone? Lets share them here.
As the saying goes, it is better to be safe than sorry. Try to limit your exposure to radiation as far as possible, by implementing these simple measures:

i. Keep the mobile phone as far away from your body as possible.

For example, it would be better to keep it in your bag, rather than in your pocket.

ii. Use your handsfree when making and receiving calls.

This is a simple rule that many forgo for no apparent reason other than ignorance, sheer laziness or because they forget to carry their handsfree sets with them.

iii. If you have something against the handfree or have forgotten it at home, switch your phone to the 'loudspeaker' mode, if your instrument has this facility.

You might need to take a little trouble, though, to find a private corner, so that the world is not privy to your conversation.

iv. If, for some reason, you do not wish to use either the handfree or the loudspeaker mode, keep your conversations short because the battery will heat up and you may get a earache due to this.
Source: http://in.rediff.com/getahead/2005/mar/28cell.htm


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