Pembroke Pines Resolution About Cell Phones and Cancer Is Moronic
City commissioners in Pembroke Pines clearly have too much time on their hands. This week, the city passed a resolution to warn residents about a potential link between cell phones and cancer and recommend that residents keep their mobile devices at least an inch from their bodies.
Back in 2011, the WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer decided to add the radio-frequency electromagnetic fields from cell phones to its long list of items that could be carcinogenic.
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