Are mobile phones safe? It’s a concern that probably sits at the back of most people’s minds. The clear, the thought of life without mobile phones is just too depressing to consider, especially for those of us so keen at various social applications and games. But don’t worry, there is no link between mobile phone use and cancer, new research suggests.
Meanwhile, the research also says, there is ‘no evidence’ to suggest that exposure to base station emissions during pregnancy increases the risk of childhood leukaemia, and no evidence that shows they cause any other health problems.
Professor David Coggon, Chairman of MTHR (Mobile Telecommunications and Health Research), said: “When the MTHR programme was first set up, there were many scientific uncertainties about possible health risks from mobile phones and related technology. This independent programme is now complete, and despite exhaustive research, we have found no evidence of risks to health from the radio waves produced by mobile phones or their base stations.”
It’s learnt that MTHR is the UK’s largest research programme to look at the possible health risks associated with mobile phone technology, and the ￡13.6 million, 11 year programme has been jointly funded by the UK government and the telecommunications industry.
So, thanks to the research conducted within the programme, we can now be much more confident about the safety of modern smartphones and backup mobile battery products, like Kinkoo Infinite One portable charger.