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marney (User)
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mobile phones 5 Years, 1 Month ago  
I heard on the news this morning that a High Court Judge in Rome has stated a business mans BT could be linked to his excessive mobile phone use over the last 12 years.
Need to find out more about this, because its something Jay has long been concerned about. Before he was diagnosed he worked for Phones4U and was always on the phone. All his consultant would say when asked at the time, was that there was not enough evidence due to the fairly recent use of mobiles, but that he, the consultant restricts his moblie phone use to texting as far as possible.
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Re:mobile phones 5 Years, 1 Month ago  
I'm sure it has a part to play, Kathy, however not in the case of my dad (aka Total Luddite)who has rarely used a landline phone, let alone a mobile phone in his lifetime! He, personally, thinks pylons have a lot to answer for, however.
I once read something where the writer described having one of these cordless phones by your bed as being like a 'mini pylon' - can't find it when I google it, but I came across this Daily Mail article www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-39024...ked-electrosmog.html
Being the Daily Mail, it's probably a bit over-egged, but there are a few good points in there, though scary xxx
 
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