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Cell Phone News - Is Using a Cellphone Safe

Cell Phone News - Is Using a Cellphone Safe

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Some of the laws have proposed allowing phones in cars, but only if the phones are operated with a hands-free headset.
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Some of the laws have proposed allowing phones in cars, but only if the phones are operated with a hands-free headset.

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Cell Phone News - Is using a cell phone safe?
Cell Phone News - Is using a cell phone safe?
There is no simple answer to this. The answer is : Yes and No. Cell phones emit varying amountsof radiation, so the healthy approach is to lessen your exposure to radiation. When safety labstest cell phones they measure them to see how much radio frequency level is absorbed by thebody, and this is known as the SAR, the specific absorption rate. Courtesy of CNET, we have alist of phones with both high and low SAR readings.First, you can choose a cell phone that has a low SAR reading to lessen your SAR exposure.Second, Shield yourself. A Bioelectric Shieldwill deflect a significant portion of SAR. Finally, add specific protection on every radiation item you own. Either place a Biopro cellphone chip on your cell phone, or use the versatile Aulterra EMF Neutralizers. They can beplaced on any type of radiation producing device. You can also use BioPro Universal chips,  powerful small chips that can also be placed on EMF producing devices. By doing all threeactions, your risk should be minimal.*Cell phone radiation levelsBy CNET staff (updated February 9, 2009)"According to the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA), specificabsorption rate, or SAR, is "a way of measuring the quantity of radio frequency (RF) energy thatis absorbed by the body." For a phone to pass FCC certification, that phone's maximum SARlevel must be less than 1.6 watts per kilogram. In Europe, the level is capped at 2W/kg whileCanada allows a maximum of 1.6W/kg. The SAR level listed in our charts represents the highestSAR level with the phone next to the ear as tested by the FCC. Keep in mind that it is possiblefor the SAR level to vary between different transmission bands and that different testing bodiescan obtain different results. Also, it's possible for results to vary between different editions of thesame phone (such as a handset that's offered by multiple carriers). It's important to note that inpublishing this list are we in no way implying that cell phone use is or isn't harmful to yourhealth. While research abounds and some tests have shown that cell phone radiofrequency (RF)could accelerate cancer in laboratory animals, the studies have not been replicated. Cell phonescan affect internal pacemakers, but there is not conclusive or demonstrated evidence that theycause adverse health effects in humans. Conversely, there is not conclusive or demonstratedevidence that they don't cause adverse health effects in humans. So, in short, the jury is still out,research is ongoing, and we will continue to monitor its results.If your phone isn't listed here (U.S. customers) and you've purchased it within the last few years(the FCC Web site currently does not provide information on models certified before 1998), youcan request the SAR information from the manufacturer or your carrier. You'll need the modelnumber and FCC ID number, which is usually but not always listed in your owner's manual orunder your phone's battery (you must pop the battery out). For links to the FCC's Web site,please see the More Resources section below. We'll continue to update the list as new phones areannounced. "(See*Original article
 
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The highest-radiation cell phones are the ones you will wish to avoid. The lower the SAR, the smaller theradiation emitting from the phone.
10 highest-radiation cell phones (United States)*
 
 Editors' note: When a phone is discontinued by a manufacturer or a carrier, it will be removed from this chart.
 
Manufacturer and model
 
SAR level(digital)
 
10 lowest-radiation cell phones (United States)*
 
 Editors' note: When a phone is discontinued by a manufacturer or a carrier, it will be removed from this chart.
 
Manufacturer and model
 
SAR level(digital)
 
0.233Samsung Soul 0.24
 
0.478* Source  This is an older article that explains more about the difference RF testing and SAR testing. Theconclusion is that wearing a headset is safer than sticking the cell phone right up next to yourbrain. As we stated above, we recommend getting a LOW SAR phone, wearing a BioElectricShield, and adding the BioPro or Aulterra devices to your phone!
 
 In the fall of 2000, an article was published that made newspapers all over the world! Headsetswere said to INCREASE the radiation coming from your cell phone! David Carnoy, a writer forCNET, investigated this issue, and wrote the following piece. After reading it ourselves, morethan ever, we feel that prudence is the best approach. Choose a low SAR rated phone, protectyourself by wearing a BioElectric Shield, and add emf neutalizers to every phone you have. Theold expression: "It's better to be safe than sorry", probably holds very true in this situation.
Are Cell Phone Headsets Safe?CNET wireless
 
 By: David Carnoy
 11/15/00"Until recently, the underlying safety of cell phone headsets was not really a cause for concern.The common wisdom was that if you were worried about cell phone radiation and its potentialhealth hazards, the best way to talk safely was to get a headset. But that all changed a fewmonths ago when Which, a British consumer magazine, published a study that suggested thatheadsets or hands-free kits actually increased the level of radiation inside the head by up to threetimes. Which further exacerbated the situation on November 2, when it printed a follow-up studyconfirming its previous findings.As you might imagine, the study contains a lot of technical jargon that's not exactly layman-friendly. But emerging from the technobabble are some key issues that have fueled thecontroversy:ERA Technology, the independent laboratory that conducted the testing for Which, did notinitially measure specific absorption rates (SAR). Instead, it set out to measure radio frequency(RF) radiation emissions. Which says it's not anti-SAR, but it questions the SAR measurementtechnique with regard to hands-free kits.After Which released its first study in April, the U.K. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)commissioned its own SAR test on hands-free kits. According to the government's report, thekits reduced radiation exposure.In response to the DTI report, Which conducted some SAR tests at the same laboratory used bythe DTI. According to Which, "We found no positions where the kits gave higher readings thanthe phones. But we also found that the shape of the SAR test rig made it impossible to get thehands-free kit wire into the position that gave the highest readings in ERA's tests."So Are They Safe?Slightly baffled, I decided to call someone who'd actually tested headsets in an independent labto get his take on all this. I contacted Dr. Jacek J. Wojcik, APREL Laboratories' CEO andpresident of the Spectrum Sciences Institute. His company, based near Ottawa, Canada, recentlymeasured SAR levels for Plantronics' headsets and in the past has tested other headsets and cellphones.

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