We all know that living amongst this kind of radiation can’t be good for us.
But where’s the proof? That’s what the rest of the world says. And even if it is as bad as some say, what can we do about it (short of living behind the shutters with a tinfoil hat)?
The jury's out on the hard facts.
But there is evidence.
For example, Tim Ferris, best-selling author and entrepreneur, famously tripled his sperm count in three months by taking his phone out of his pocket. Maybe it sounds improbable. But is it worth taking the risk? We don't think so.
Some more evidence
The average person spends over five hours a day on their phone.
World Health Organisation
The electromagnetic fields produced by mobile phones are classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as possibly carcinogenic to humans.
National Cancer Institute of America
A plethora of health and medical organisations agree that more research is required into the effects of phone radiation on cancer growth.