Report on Smartphone emissions and possible health problems

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  1. Mufflore

    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    One researcher reports:
    This clearly needs to be backed up with further studies but does raise a concern over the risk using mobile equipment.

    If you want to check how much your phone emits, it may be listed here
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/science...it-radiation-bad-news-youre-Android-user.html
    The article links here to test lists:
    https://www.digitalinformationworld.com/2022/01/what-are-most-and-least-radiation.html


    Something interesting:
    The Samsung Galaxy A52, for example, has 3x higher emissions when using 5G and is listed among the lower radiation phones when not using 5G.
    Yet other phones are listed amongst the lowest radiation phones when using 5G.


    I'll be looking for further studies but they are so slow to happen.
     
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    mbk1969 Ancient Guru

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    We can add question: how many minutes per day immersion in smartphone (social networks) lead to brain degradation.
     
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    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    lol, a valid point nonetheless!
     
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    Hi Mufflore, yeah, checking the specific absorption rate (SAR) of your phone can give you an idea of its radiation emissions.

    And I know some phones may have higher emissions when using 5G compared to when not using it, but it varies depending on the phone's hardware. But you can just minimize your exposure to radiation by limiting usage. I mean using hands-free options, maintaining distance, avoiding sleeping with your phone nearby, and choosing phones with lower radiation levels...

    However, no one has still died from it, or it is too untimely:confused:

    Best regards,
    Diane
     

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