The New York Times Magazine, April 17, 2011- Sweet and Vicious - The case against sugar. By Gary Taubes (Do Cellphones Cause Cancer by Siddhartha Mukherjee, How Little Sleep Can You Get Away With? others)
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Insten Universal Phone Holder Mount Clip Buckle Socket Hands Free On Car Steering Wheel for Apple iPhone 8/ X/7/6S/6/Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+/S8/On5/S7 Edge/S7/Ace/Sky,LG G5/Aristo/LV3/G6, Black/Hot Pink
- Attach your phone to the car steering wheel with this phone holder.
- Color: Black/ Hot Pink. Size: 7.5 X 3.9 X 2.5 cm/ 2.95 X 1.53 X 0.98 inches.
- Easy to install and remove. Help driver with hands-free calls and navigation sight.
- Embedded with soft silicone pad to protect phone from scratches. Attach firmly to the car steering wheel.
- Suitable phone width: 5.5-8.5 cm/ 2.16-3.35 inches.
Do Cell Phones Really Cause Cancer?
Some people think that the radiation from phones and other electronic devices can give you cancer. Is there any truth to this, or is it just a huge misconception?
Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?
Remember the last time you used your phone and it left a nice warm spot on your face? - Is that causing cancer? Michael Aranda tells you all about the radiation ...
Many epidemiologic studies of cell phone use and brain cancer risk lack verifiable data about the total amount of cell phone use over time. In addition, people who develop a brain tumor may have a tendency to recall cell phone use mostly on the same side of the head where their tumor was found, regardless of whether they actually used their phone on that side of the head a lot or only a little.
Cell phones (including smartphones) give off a form of energy known as radiofrequency (RF) waves, so some concerns have been raised about the safety of cell phone use. With respect to cancer, concern focuses on whether cell phones might increase the risk of brain tumors or other tumors in the head and neck area.
That damage can add up over time and cause a variety of health problems, like cancer, headaches, fatigue and even skin problems. For example, using your phone for just 20 minutes a day for five years increased the risk of one type of brain tumor threefold, and using the phone an hour a day for four years upped the risk of some tumors three to five times, Yakymenko said.
Many years' worth of studies on cellphones and cancer have yielded conflicting results. Currently, there's no consensus about the degree of cancer risk — if any — posed by cellphone use. The primary concern with cellphones and cancer seems to be the development of brain tumors associated with cellphone use.