4 of the most common questions asked about cell phone radiation
What is inside that draft is alarming, but state health officials say it was never finalized or officially adopted by the department. Berkeley-based doctor, Joel Moskowitz, sued the state in 2016 under the California Public Records Act to get it released. So, the first thing you’ll notice is the big black letters stamped across it, “draft and not for public release."
Everywhere you look, someone is carrying around a cell phone – many people see these devices as extensions of themselves. Whether in your purse, in your hands, or in your pocket, a cell phone is always within arm’s reach in case a text message, an email, or a phone call comes in.
Adding new fuel to the debate over cell phone safety, three European research groups in separate studies have found an increased risk of brain tumors in people who have used the phones for 10 years or more.