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Is there a different amount of radiation that comes from regular cell phones compared to smart phones?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 46 years experience
Depends on phone: Cell/smart phones all have ratings with the sar ratings based on the electomagnetic radiation they emit in use. All must be rated <1.6w/kg and the ratings are readily available. I see some rated from.24-1.55 from the same company. Check with your retailer or phone site.

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