Cell phones and tablets: Health risk and what to do

Cellphones and laptops are part of our world; however, they are also a health risks as described in the previous blogs: Wireless devices may cause harm  and  Screens will hurt your children.  For a superb  summary of current  research data  see Louise Kuo Habakus’s  post,  An open letter to Apple Inc. It points out the dangers of tablets and smart phones’ radiation.

A poetic summary of risks and what can be done, read Lawrence Klein’s  poem, Cell Phone Harm,

Phone Harmful: Poem

by Lawrence Klein

Keep mobile phones, tablets or laptops away from your body,

Wireless Devices may cause harm, this research is not shoddy,

Cervical spine stress caused by your communication possession,

Your head forward position increases cervical compression

 

On top of that there is an increase risk of brain cancer

It is enough to make you pause, before you answer,

Keep your cell phone away from your body and place

it in your purse or outer coat pocket, not near your face!

 

And use your speaker phone or ear phones instead

of placing the phone directly against your head.

It is impossible to belief that that only a few years ago,

there were no cell phones. So now when you go

 

home, put the phone away so you can be with your family.

Cell phone use is ubiquitous, sometime you need to get free!

 

Copyright Lawrence Klein 2015

http://bit.ly/153YcMS

 


One Comment on “Cell phones and tablets: Health risk and what to do”

  1. Smith says:

    This was very educative for me. I, previously, heard of something like this, but wasn’t too sure. This is yet another warning message to mobile phone users that should be adhered to for health purpose.


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