Mobile phone radiation and health Essay | Health Dangers of Mobile Phones

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Health Dangers of Mobile Phones

Summary: Argues why mobile phones are dangerous in Australia. Describes possible health risks posed by cell phones, including headaches, DNA damage, memory loss, ear ache, and fatigue.
Concerns over mobile phones have been around since mid 1990s.

Mobile phones use radio-waves to transmit radio signals.

Main issues on mobile phones are the effect driving, cause stress & are high health risks.

Studies have associated mobile phones with headaches, DNA damage, memory loss, ear ache, fatigue & many more problems.

Roger Coghill is a specialist in bioelectromagnetics he says " we don't know exactly what the risks are from frequent usage of mobile phones."

On average it is estimated that at the end of 2005 there will be 17.23 million mobile phones in Aust, that's 1 for everyone between the age of 10 & 80.

Like mobile phones cordless phones produce radio signals but are not as strong as a mobile phones radio signals. Because the base of a cordless phone where it gets its radio signals is closer than a mobile phones. A cordless is usually only metres away form its...

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