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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

CBS: Cell phones potentially linked to cancer

It is a good think to have a mobile phone and not leave home without it. It sure comes in handy in case of emergencies, but calling home every five seconds in order to find out what all should go in the shopping cart, doesn't fall under that category.

Neither does relating information about the Sunday driver in front of you, nor discussing the actions of a nerd from school or work, especially not while driving.

Sure, you can beat yourself on the chest and claim you can multi-task, but since none of those tasks are getting your full attention and focus, something goes by the wayside and, more often then not, that is you.

Cutting back on the usage of your cell phone is taking priority over talking your head and ear off; researchers have dialed in on the fact that cell phones can be even more detrimental than already was suspected before.

Of course you can follow these CNN: 6 tips to minimize cell phone radiation. We can reduce that to one tip though and it is the best one so far that I can think of; don't use it so often. Keep in mind that in a lot of cases, but especially in this one:

Silence is golden!



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