4 of the most common questions asked about cell phone radiation
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.
Ethernet cables and phone lines cover her kitchen counter. No cordless phones, no WiFi.
"This is tobacco all over again," Marks says, "This industry, my colleagues and I think, is worse than the tobacco industry."
Marks believes radiation from the most common, even beloved technology, nearly killed her husband. Alan was diagnosed with Glioma, a type of tumor that starts in the brain or spine. In this case, malignant