Study: Heavy Cell Phone Use Increases Brain Cancer Risk

I don’t have a cell phone and even if I did, I can guarantee you I would never be a “heavy user” since phone chat is not my preferred mode of communication by a long shot. But to all you people who love to walk around the mall gabbing away, letting everyone know about your sister-in-law’s pick-up time from the hospital after her bunion surgery and you brother’s court date for his most recent DWI, you might want to pay heed to this new study.

Thanks to Worst Weather Ever for the heads up on this.

2 thoughts on “Study: Heavy Cell Phone Use Increases Brain Cancer Risk

  1. I laughed out loud at this post! So many times I’m standing in line somewhere listening to one side of a “private” conversation by someone on a cellphone that is so embarrassing. Worse are the two-way phones that allow you to hear both speakers! The “bunion surgery” is hilarious. Thanks.

  2. I’ve been perfectly happy not having a cell phone. Anyone who wants to talk to me can jolly well use my land line.

    Unfortunately, a cell phone is essential for coordinating a get-out-the-vote operation. Sigh.

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