Lower the Alarms

Jannot, Mark
March 2010
Popular Science;Mar2010, Vol. 276 Issue 3, p6
The author comments on the state legislature of Maine and its consideration of labeling requirements that would warn consumers of cancer risk associated with cell phones. He notes an article in the issue on scientific aspects of cell phone radiation and the absence of a known causal mechanism linking cell-phone use to cancer.


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