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How do I decrease cell phone radiation?
13 doctors weighed in

Dr. Harold Peltan
Ophthalmology
6 doctors agree
In brief: Ear piece, bluetooth
Many cell phone users use a hands-free blue tooth earpiece and set the phone down.
Since radiation normally decreases with the square of the distance between objects, some cell phone users hold the phone farther away or use the speaker phone option. Personally, i like the ear piece best. Please note that no definitive proof has linked cell phone radiation to damage yet. Be careful driving!

In brief: Ear piece, bluetooth
Many cell phone users use a hands-free blue tooth earpiece and set the phone down.
Since radiation normally decreases with the square of the distance between objects, some cell phone users hold the phone farther away or use the speaker phone option. Personally, i like the ear piece best. Please note that no definitive proof has linked cell phone radiation to damage yet. Be careful driving!
Dr. Harold Peltan
Dr. Harold Peltan
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Dr. Yale Kanter
Ophthalmology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Cell phone
Cell phone irradiation has not been proven to be a significant problem. The best way to resolve your issue is to not use a cell phone.
If this is impractical for you, then limit your use of the phone.

In brief: Cell phone
Cell phone irradiation has not been proven to be a significant problem. The best way to resolve your issue is to not use a cell phone.
If this is impractical for you, then limit your use of the phone.
Dr. Yale Kanter
Dr. Yale Kanter
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Dr. Roy Benaroch
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree
In brief: Use it less
While there's no good evidence that the radiation from cell phones is harmful to anyone, if you want to reduce your exposure just use your cell phone less, or get a hands-free headset.
Keep in mind that the big danger from cell phones has nothing to do with radiation-- it's driving while talking and texting. Adults and children are routinely killed by distracted drivers.

In brief: Use it less
While there's no good evidence that the radiation from cell phones is harmful to anyone, if you want to reduce your exposure just use your cell phone less, or get a hands-free headset.
Keep in mind that the big danger from cell phones has nothing to do with radiation-- it's driving while talking and texting. Adults and children are routinely killed by distracted drivers.
Dr. Roy Benaroch
Dr. Roy Benaroch
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