Is your cell phone radiating?
First, we should say that there’s a bunch of peer-reviewed scientific stuff that says wireless devices pose no known health risk, and folks like the National Cancer Institute, World Health Organization and U.S. Food and Drug Administration have said as much.
However, there are also independent studies that link cell phone radiation to tumors, including rare childhood brain cancers. So some people are curious as to how much radiation their cell phone is emitting. Although the government collects data on cell phone radiation, cell phone manufacturers don’t have to report it. So the Environmental Working Group decided to find out for themselves. Published at www.ewg.org/cellphone-radiation, their report lists the 10 best and 10 worst cell phones for radiation, along with tips for reducing radiation exposure for adults and children.
The 10 best: 1) Samsung Impression, SGH-a877, for AT&T; 2) Motorola RAZR V8 for CellularONE; 3) Samsung SGH-t229 for T-Mobile; 4) Samsung Rugby, SGH-a837 for AT&T; 5) Samsung Propel Pro, SGH-i627 for AT&T; 6) Samsung Gravity, SGH-t459 for CellularONE and T-Mobile; 7) T-Mobile Sidekick for T-Mobile; 8) LG Xenon, GR500, for AT&T; 9) Motorola Karma QA1, for AT&T; 10) Sanyo Katana II, for Kajeet
The 10 worst: 1) Motorola MOTO VU204, for Verizon Wireless; 2) T-Mobile myTouch 3G, for T-Mobile; 3) Kyocera Jax S1300, for Virgin Mobile; 4) Blackberry Curve 8330 for Sprint, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless and MetroPCS; 5) Motorola W385, for U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless; 6) T-Mobile Shadow, for T-Mobile; 7) Motorola i335, for Sprint; 8)Motorola i335, for Sprint; 9) Motorola MOTO VE240, for Cricket and MetroPCS; 10) Blackberry Bold 9000, for AT&T