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Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer: The low amount of EMF radiation emitted from devices used in daily life is unlikely to cause brain tumors. But still, it may be beneficial to take some precautions as a precaution.


In the world of modern technology, the increasing use of electronic devices has become a matter of concern for people's health. Questions arise regarding the electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation emitted by these devices, and whether it poses a risk of brain tumors. You can know the answer to this with the help of this article.

The Connection Between EMF Radiation and Cancer

Radiofrequency radiation can cause cancer.

The World Health Organisation's (WHO) International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified radiofrequency radiation as possibly carcinogenic to humans. This means that radio waves may play a role in the development of certain types of brain tumors. However, IARC clarifies that "possibly" does not mean definitely and more research is needed.

How worrying is EMF radiation?

The EMF radiation emitted from the electronic devices found in your daily life is quite weak. It is a very small amount compared to the radiation emitted from mobile phone towers and high-voltage power lines. Based on the studies currently available, it is difficult to say that the low amount of EMF radiation emitted from devices used in daily life causes brain tumors.

Caution is the cure

Although a direct link between EMF radiation and brain tumors has not yet been proven, it is still advisable to take some precautions: Use a speakerphone or headset for phone calls. This can keep the phone away from the ear. Keep the phone away at night while sleeping. Children's brains are developing, so as a precaution, avoid giving them phones at an early age.