Cancer Treats Children Phone Users

 And the risk of speaking in a telephone landline to wireless is almost as great.


Young children and adolescents are more likely to draw the radiation because their skulls are thinner and still developing.

The study found that using mobile until the age of 20 were five times more likely to get benign, but often incapable of auditory nerve tumors, which can cause deafness.

The findings prompted experts to recommend that children under 12 only mobile use in emergencies, and that teenagers use to jam the joint or hands-free texting.

Nine out of 10 English 16 years of age has its own mobile phone, as more than 40% of primary school children.

Professor Lennart Hardell, of University Hospital in Orebro, Sweden, whose research led to the absolute warning, said: "This is a warning. Very concerned. We should be taking precautions."

The research was reported in the first international conference on cellular and health.

But some researchers have questioned the findings, saying that mobile has not been in the market enough to test the effects of using them.



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