Can Cell Phones Cause Brain Tumors

So, a common question now days is, “Do cell phones play a part in causing brain tumors?” Some doctors claim that people need to be more careful with their cell phones and use them less and others claim that this is nonsense and that cell phones are completely harmless. We have been asked our position on this question hundreds of times so we thought we would post about it and give our thoughts and data. cell phone

Cell phones use non-ionizing radiation, which is different from the ionizing radiation of x-rays and radiation material. Cell phone radiation can not knock around electrons or particles in atoms like an x-ray can. A cell phone’s radiation is similar to a microwave in regards to is radio frequency but much less powerful. They do not release enough radiation to change or damage DNA or cells.

A lawyer who has been working with many people who have brain tumors is claiming that his clients developed these tumors due to cell phone use. He has scientific backing to support his claim as well. Although most say that cell phones are useless, 10 year plus studies are showing that more brain tumors are on the right side of the brain (this is where most people place their cell phone consistently when talking since they are right hand dominant). Several studies of people who have used a cell phone for over 10 years on the same side of their head support this lawyer’s claim. To learn more about where this information is being pulled and where these case studies are coming from visit this website.

At the end of the day, we do not believe that cell phones are harmful. Anything in life can cause damage to the body in some way or another. We can’t live life in paranoia. With that said, if you are able to use a hands free device more often, we recommend that. We know this sounds contradictory to what we just said about where our stance is but we just taking safe measure and offering quality advice. It is better to be safe than sorry about something the world is not 100% certain about.

If you would like to learn more about that lawyer who is contradicting what we claim, then go to and read his story. Definitely interesting. Thanks for tuning in. Let us know if there is anyway we can help you.

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