Is it true that cell phones cause brain cancer and other brain-related injures or diseases?

Unclear. Like many other epidemiological links, this one depends on your perspective. My personal view is that the link between cell phone use and brain cancers is extremely weak, but i can't believe cell phone use is good for you.

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Can the use of cell phones greatly increase my risk of getting brain cancer?

Not greatly. It is not clear if use of cell phones increases the risk of brain cancer. It is unlikely that there is a "great" increase, as a large increase would have been picked up in the studies already conducted. Read more...
Unclear . It is a still controversial topic. We don't know for sure if there is any clear increase associated with the use of cell phone. Read more...

Are cell phones linked to brain cancer/tumor?

I say "No" This stuff has been thrown around for almost 30 years without any mechanism that makes sense (the radiation from a phone isn't the wavelength that damages genes). Epidemiology by survey, especially retrospective studies, generates many false-positive alleged links; in one huge study, there were more cancers on the opposite side. Enjoy technology and stop worrying. Read more...

Can kids can get brain cancer if they use cell phones so, from what age is it safe for kids to use them?

Any age. The claim about brain cancer makes no sense biologically, the studies are retrospective with weak links (i.e., junk) and the only true-believers are a couple of militants, some lawyers and international-health types wanting to cover themselves. In one of the big studies, people using cell phones got more tumors on the side opposite to the one where they held the phone. Don't trouble yourself. Read more...