Cell Phone Towers Not a Cancer Risk for Kids

Mobile phone base station towers boost cell reception, not childhood cancer risk, a British study has shown. Children whose mothers lived near a high-output cell phone antenna mast while pregnant were no more likely to develop childhood cancer than those who lived farther away, found Paul Elliott of Imperial College London and colleagues. The researchers reported their findings online in the British Medical Journal. It's possible that the study, despite being the largest of its kind, may have...Full Story
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