Mobile phone cancer alert for children

By Angelo

Mobile phone cancer alert for children
By Nina Muslim and Mariam Al Serkal, Staff Reporters
Published: September 28, 2007, 23:14

Dubai: Children under 14 years of age should not use mobile phones as they are more vulnerable to cancer-causing risks, a cancer specialist here said.

"I do not recommend mobile phones for children because they are growing and their risk to prolonged exposure is higher," he said in response to British researchers who said mobile users had a risk of cancer.

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By stealth• 11 years 3 months ago.
Rating: 2/5

hands free will be better than bluetooth as bluetooth has also reported problems.

By novita77• 11 years 3 months ago.

i wonder using a handsfree / bluetooth device will make any different?

By anonymous• 11 years 3 months ago.

its well known that vibration from mobile give us headache .Do you ever use your mobile during all day?

my husband did and really he get so tiered ,nervous followed with big ,bad headaches . So its nothing new that mobile heart human body and can give some serious sickness. Thats way they use headphones, but i am not sure that also helps

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