Adapted from a review by Joel Moskowitz, PhD, Director of the Prevention Research Center at the University of California/Berkeley School of Public Health.
Consumer Reports published an article September 28, 2015: “Does Cell-Phone Radiation Cause Cancer?”
Key points in the article included that 1) cell phone users are advised to take safety precautions; 2) the government needs to strengthen cell phone radiation regulations, and 3) manufacturers should prominently display “steps that cell-phone users can take to reduce exposure to cell-phone radiation.”
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