Lately there's been a lot of talk in the news about this article - they're saying cell phone usage could increase your chances for brain cancer.
Cell phones are now a huge part of many people's lives. Fifteen years ago, this wasn't the case. The long-term affects can't really be measured, because they haven't been around long enough. Doctors say youth are most at risk, because their brains are still developing, their skulls are thinner, and their lifetime exposure will be much greater than the exposure of current adults.
Does the possibility of cancer change how you feel about your phone? Do you see yourself using it less? Apparently they aren't concerned about texting or using hand-free devices. It's the talking they are concerned about (and I think it's probably a lot of talking on a daily basis).
I'm curious, too, if suddenly, the medical community said, it's in our best interest to get rid of cell phones, how would you react? Could you do it? Could you live without your cell phone?