Ever since the first tort suit that claimed a link between phone radiation and brain was filed in 1993, research into the subject has fallen on all ends of the spectrum. The latest is a study that found we absorb more radiation from cell phones than previously estimated, according to research published in the journal Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine. A look at just some of the studies from the last five years show just how muddled all the research has gotten.
"10% of people who used their phones most often and for the longest period of time ... had a substantially higher risk of developing some form of brain cancer than those who didn't use a mobile phone at all", finds the same study.
All the studies add up to no concrete answer. But would you hold a maybe cancer machine up to your head?
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