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Frequently asked questions about cell phones and your health
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    National Center for Environmental Health (U.S.). Division of Environmental Hazards and Health Effects.
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    What is a cell phone? How does it work? -- -- What is RF? -- -- What is non ionizing radiation? -- -- What is ELF radiation? -- -- Does using a cell phone cause health problems? Can using one cause cancer? -- Do cordless telephones emit radiation? -- How likely is it that a cell phone user will develop a glioma or acoustic neuroma? -- What are the effects of acoustic neuroma? -- Are children at greater risk from cell phone use? -- Should people stop using cell phones? -- How can people reduce their exposure? -- Does using Bluetooth technology reduce the possible health risks? -- Are some cell phones safer than others?


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