Mobile phones have become a necessity. More than seventy five people of the Indian adults own this device for communication and related purposes. Irrespective of the kind of cell phone you use, chances are that you continue to check for messages, alerts, or calls even when your mobile device isn’t ringing or vibrating. On an average, people usually tend to spend more than 150 minutes on cellphones during the day Cell phones are useful and effective mode of communication however the excessive use of the same can badly affects your health. As per the latest study conducted by World health Federation, Mobile phones emit radio waves through a series of base stations where radio-frequency waves are electromagnetic fields that cannot break chemical bonds or cause ionisation in the human body.
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