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Mobile phone radiation and health

Mobile phone radiation and health concerns have been raised following the enormous increase in the use of wireless mobile telephony throughout the world (as of August 2005, there were more than 2 billion users worldwide).

This is because mobile phones use electromagnetic waves in the microwave range.

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