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Ilse Jurriën : June 15th 2011 - 09:30 CET
Cell phone radiation

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JabraCell phone radiation : A new report from the World Health Organization (WHO)/Interactional Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) released last week has revealed another potential health risk when it comes to cell phone radiation. The report details that radiation transmitted by cell phones is potentially carcinogenic, based on an increased risk for a malignant type of brain cancer associated with wireless phone use. What most people don’t realize is that there is solution to dramatically lower the exposure of cell phone radiation using hands-free devices!
Cell phone radiation

Cell phone radiation
New survey results, sponsored by Jabra, show that despite the potential risk, people are not concerned with cell phone radiation in their daily lives.
• 25% of survey respondents said that cell phone radiation doesn’t concern them at all
• 61% said that cell phone radiation concerns them a little bit or to some extent
• 53% of survey respondents said they will use a hands-free device, after being informed that it is a scientific fact that using a Bluetooth headset actually reduces exposure to cell phone radiation.

Phone radiation

Cell phone radiation research
Just as people aren’t going to stay indoors because they are afraid of sun damage, they won’t stop using cell phones due to fear of cell phone radiation. With over 5 billion mobile phone subscriptions worldwide, cell phones have become a part of our daily routine for communicating with others and are here to stay. Using a hands-free device can reduce the exposure to cell phone radiation by a a factor of 800, drastically lowering the exposure from max 2 watts from cell phones to 0.0025 watts max output for Bluetooth hands-free devices and 0 watts for corded devices.

Cell phone radiation research method
The results of the survey, underwritten by Jabra and conducted by Lindberg International, are based on responses from an online survey of 2,518 consumers between the ages of 18 and 55 with respondents in five countries - the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, and Japan. Respondents were asked about their awareness surrounding the concerns and reactions to cell phone radiation and cell phone usage and knowledge of the effects of using a hands-free device. The survey was conducted in April 2011. The margin of error is +/- 1.95%.




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