Cell Phone Booster System and Brain Cancer, Recent Findings!

Cell phone manufacturers are treated like cigarette manufactures with the recent ‎laws that are getting enacted in Maine, San Francisco and soon to be followed by ‎other states is not a welcome news for cell phone ‎manufacturers. The movement has started to gain momentum since the approval of ‎similar kind of actions from France and Norway. More, and more studies favor to ‎take precautionary measures instead of taking a chance on this issue of cell ‎phone radiation, alleged to be linked to cell phone and brain cancer. This movement started a ‎few years ago but catching momentum with recent studies and FDA not ‎categorically refuting the proponent’s claims. The opponents, understandably the ‎cell phone manufacturers are in a tight spot and their defense is that the ‎studies are not conclusive but needs more time to conclusively draw any ‎conclusions. ‎
Well, that is not going well with the public and law makers who are betting on ‎the side of caution rather take a chance on the word of the big corporations. ‎The idea of boldly labeling on the cell phone boxes that ” Warning: Cell phone ‎Usage may cause cancer” is a big no-no for the cell phone manufacturers. The ‎study says that, extended exposure of radiation from cell phone in not fully ‎developed skulls, like in children’s below the age of 16 can cause ill effects ‎or brain cancer. Since this age group skull are not thick enough to ward off ‎radiations emitted from cell phones effectively. ‎
Why cell phone Booster can minimize any such effects?‎
The cell phones are known to emit this kind of radiations when they work hard to ‎maintain the quality of conversation. When your cell phone goes in and out of ‎good signal the circuitry works hard to maintain the performance levels and this ‎in turn adds to the radiation levels normally seen. Installing a cell phone ‎repeater system at home or car maintains the signal level at an optimum capacity ‎and in turn reduces the radiation levels that you may be exposed under stressful, ‎low reception conditions. ‎

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