Can Cell Phone Emissions Affect The Way My Brain Regulates My Body’s Metabolism?

Can Cell Phone Emissions Affect The Way My Brain Regulates My Body’s Metabolism?

There’s seemingly a new study coming out all the time either proclaiming the safety of cell phone use or the dangers of the phones. With so much argument over the subject it is hard to know what to believe. Regardless of the many studies that claim cell phones are safe to use there is still reason to be worried. Your cell phone does have an affect on your brain activity and if you were to read through the cell phone manual you would see that it recommends not holding the phone next to your ear.

Why You Should Be Worried

In July of 2008, Dr. Ronald Herberman, the Director of University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, created a great deal of controversy when a warning he made to his staff was made public. He warned his staff that cell phone use may present more of a risk than he initially believed, and that all cell phone use should be curved – especially with children – until more is known about the affects they have on our brain.

Extensive cell phone use is a pretty recent phenomenon and since there are no definitive answers to the affects they have on our brains it is best to protect yourself from the radiation levels that the phones emit. A cancer usually takes between 10-20 years to develop so it is unknown how exactly cell phones are harming us.

Recently the International Agency of Research On Cancer decided to tackle the subject and brought together 31 scientists. It was their job to review all the data on radiation from wireless handheld devices such as cell phones. The IARC concluded that the Radio Frequency—Electromagnetic Radiation that cell phones emit is “possibly carcinogenic to humans.” This means that your cell phone is a possible cause of cancer.

You need to be cautious when using your cell phone and make efforts to protect yourself. If you have any questions or are in need of legal advice or representation please contact the law firm of Frasier, Frasier, & Hickman, LLP at 918-584-4724.

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