Many scientific studies have now been done to see if using a mobile phone leads to cancer of the brain, nervous system, salivary gland or blood (leukaemia). At this stage, there is no evidence that they do. However, further research is needed with long-term heavy phone users, who may be most at risk.
Perhaps the biggest danger is a car accident from talking on a mobile phone while you drive.
Please note this information was correct at time of printing.
For up to date information, speak to your doctor.Source: Winter 2001 Edition | Page 4
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