Media coverage

Mobile phones could be ‘health time bomb’: More than 200 academic studies link … Daily Mail - ‎Nov 8, 2011‎

Mobile phones could be a ‘health time bomb’, say experts who are urging ministers to warn the public. More than 200 academic studies link use of the devices with serious health conditions such as brain tumours, according to a group of

HEALTH ALERT FOR CHILDREN WHO USE MOBILE PHONES  Express.co.uk - ‎Nov 8, 2011‎

URGENT action is needed to curb childrens’ use of mobile phones because of fears they can cause cancer and a host of other illnesses, experts said last night. An estimated eight out of 10 youngsters aged between seven and 11 now have

Call for mobile phone health warnings despite ‘inconclusive’ evidence  Telegraph.co.uk - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎

Experts are calling for a campaign of health warnings about mobile phones even though they admit there is no clear evidence that using them is harmful. By John Bingham A group of doctors and academics is calling for the Government and mobile industry

Mobile phones could be a health time bomb  Marie Claire.co.uk - ‎ Nov 9, 2011

Experts are urging ministers to warn the public about the dangers of mobile phone use after over 200 academic studies link the devices to life-threatening conditions, including brain tumours.

Are mobile phones a “health time bomb?” AOL Lifestyle UK - ‎ Nov 9, 2011

Experts still can’t agree on whether mobile phones can damage our health, but a new report claims that the Government is underplaying the potentially “enormous” health risk associated with their use.

Mobile phones could be ‘health time bomb’ Times of India - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎

PTI | Nov 9, 2011, 02.44PM IST The debate over whether mobile phones could cause cancer has been raging for years. Now, a group of leading scientists in Britain claims that cell phones could be a “health time bomb”. LONDON: The debate over whether

Mobile phones could be ‘health time bomb’ Economic Times - ‎Nov 8, 2011‎

LONDON: The debate over whether mobile phones could cause cancer has been raging for years. Now, a group of leading scientists in Britain claims that cell phones could be a “health time bomb”. According to them, more than 200 academic studies have

Are Cell Phones Potentially Dangerous French Tribune – 10th November 2011

While the debate over the impact of cell phones on human health would take its due time to clear the air, here comes another research which has claimed that cell phones could potentially damage human health.

Are Cell Phones Potentially Dangerous? French Tribune - ‎Nov 10, 2011‎

While the debate over the impact of cell phones on human health would take its due time to clear the air, here comes another research which has claimed that cell phones could potentially damage human health. It has been known that even the World Health

Cell Phone Radiation Likely Not a Threat in Moderation, Students Keep Texting … The Bottom Line - ‎Nov 9, 2011‎

The evidence from most studies is inconclusive due to a variety of confounding variables and the constantly changing nature of technology. But considering that approximately 96 percent of American undergraduates own a cell phone, according to the Pew

‘Leading scientists’ are divided on the risks of mobile phones. What’s new? Daily Mail 10th November 2011

Mobile phones are in the news again. Only a month after a Danish study cleared them of any link to brain tumours, other groups of scientists are saying that they are ‘a health time-bomb’ for brain tumours and infertility.

Warn kids about mobile dangers, say scientists

What Doctors Don’t Tell You 10 November 2011

Leading scientists and doctors are calling on the UK government to issue warnings to children about the health dangers of mobile (cell) phone use.
They fear that the UK government is ignoring the 200 studies that point to health hazards – such as brain tumours and infertility – that may result from long-term mobile phone use, especially among children.

Risks of mobile phones to children are being ‘downplayed’ 

The Ecologist 14th November 2011

Industry repeats the mantra ‘children should be discouraged from using mobiles excessively’ while doing nothing to ensure it happens, says Vicky Fobel from the campaign group MobileWise

Mobile phones risk discussedwww.nhs.ukWednesday November 9 2011

Mobile phones have potential risks in the long-term“Mobile phones could be a ‘health time bomb’, say experts who are urging ministers to warn the public,” the Daily Mailreported. The newspaper said that a leading group of scientists have published a report looking at research into the health risks of using mobiles, in which they state that “the government is underplaying the potentially ‘enormous’ health risks – especially for children, whose smaller, thinner skulls are more susceptible to radiation