Mobile phones can trigger eye damage, fear scientists

Posted by Administrator on August 6th, 2005 filed in Science

I feel somewhat vindicated for using an earphone with my cell phone for the past 5 years. I had heard of research that there was a relationship between cell phone use and eye cancer. It seemed that all of the MSM media was focused on cell phones causing brain tumors. The eye cancer is the one that caught my attention. At any rate use an earphone if you use cell phones…

Prolonged use of mobile phones can lead to permanent eye damage including cataracts, scientists believe.

Medical researchers have found that microwave radiation of the type emitted by mobile phones causes eye tissue to “bubble” – a precursor to the formation of cataracts – and can also interfere with the ability to focus.

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