1. Cellphones in new brain tumor link

    CONFIRMED: Cellphones linked to deadly BRAIN TUMORS!

    There’s a habit we’ve settled into over the past couple decades because it’s just so darned convenient.

    We’re spending HOURS a day on our cell phones.

    Unfortunately, this modern “convenience” can also turn DEADLY.

    For years, the cell phone companies have tried to convince us that cell phones are as harmless as kittens and mom’s apple pie.

    But now there’s rock-solid PROOF that they can cause cancer.

    It’s like aiming a LOADED WEAPON straight at your brain.

    But I’m going to show you how to keep yourself safe.

    Ringing out with a warning

    New research -- straight from the U.S. government itself -- confirms CELL PHONE USE can more than triple your risk of developing deadly brain cancer.

    Don’t worry; in a moment, I’ll have tips that’ll let you use your phone without fear. You can absolutely:

    • CUT your exposure;
    • ARM your body against radiation; and
    • SLASH your cancer risk.

    But first, let’s look at the new report that’s keeping the Silicon Valley billionaires up at night...

    In experiments on lab rats, male rodents exposed to extensive cellphone radiation developed tumors in the heart and adrenal gland.

    It gets worse...

    They also developed “gliomas”: a form of brain cancer SO DEADLY that patients are advised to get their affairs in order when they’re diagnosed.

    The industry is already fighting back by claiming that these are rats, not humans.

    Well, that would be a fair point -- except the research on humans has been terrifying, too.

    In one observational study, cellphone use for just 20 minutes a day TRIPLED the risk of brain tumors over the long term.

    Using them for an hour a more increased the odds by 500 percent!  

    And people are using their phones MORE and MORE these days, not less. Some are getting rid of their landlines completely.

    With “unlimited” plans, people gab for hours, then keep using their phone for everything from online shopping to web surfing to playing games.

    Now, I know you’re not going to just run out and cancel your cell phone plan.

    So let me give you the BEST way to protect yourself -- without giving up your phone.

    You just need a change of habit! Never hold it to your head; use earbuds or speakerphone.

    And when you’re at home, always put it on a table or shelf away from your body (or turn it off), and don’t sleep with it on the nightstand next to your head.

  2. Alarming new tumor risk linked to cellphones

    Cellphones in alarming new tumor link

    Your cellphone is safe!

    That's what a new study claims, anyway, with researchers saying that constant exposure to cellphone radiation WON'T give you a tumor.

    And the media -- which treat every new iPhone launch like a national celebration -- are eating it right up.

    No doubt, millions of Americans are relieved by the news.

    Unfortunately, I have to step in with a reality check here... because those rosy headlines declaring cellphones to be safe don't tell the full story.

    In fact, the study also found just the opposite!

    That's right. The same headline-making new report being used to claim that the radiation from cellphones doesn't trigger tumors also found that radiation from cellphones CAN, in fact, lead to tumors.


    Don't worry. I'm here to clear it all up for you.

    Despite the big headlines, this wasn't a human study, so we can only take this one so far. It was a study on rats, and it found that constant exposure to cellphone radiation over long periods of time can lead to a rare form of tumor near the heart.

    A full 6 percent of the male rats exposed to cellphone radiation developed these rare tumors -- versus NONE of the rats that weren't exposed.

    The study even found a small-but-alarming increase in the risk of brain tumors, which is the same form of the disease that has been so worryingly linked to cellphone use before.

    What's the truth?

    It's complicated, but every bit of science we have -- including this new study -- shows there's at least SOMETHING worth worrying about when it comes to cellphone radiation.

    A 2014 study found that cellphone use for 15 hours a month -- just 30 minutes a day -- can double or even triple your risk of a brain tumor over five years. Another study found that regular use over a decade can boost the risk of a potentially deadly type of brain tumor, known as a glioma, by 40 percent.

    In other words, don't take too much comfort in those headlines declaring the devices to be safe.

    There's very clearly cause for concern... and even if the risk is low, why risk it at all?

    You can keep your phone and cut the risks at the same time with a few simple safety precautions: Don't keep it on your body when you're not using it, and don't hold it up to your head for calls.

    Use a headset or speakerphone instead.

    And while you're making precautions, boost your intake of healthy antioxidants, which can help fight off the cellular damage caused by age, toxins and -- here's the big one for today's purposes -- radiation exposure from smartphones.

  3. Cellphones can disrupt sleep

    Cellphones can make it tougher for you to fall asleep, and tougher to stay asleep – especially if you use them right before bed.
  4. Cellphones linked to glioma brain tumors

    Cellphones have been linked to brain and heart tumors in male rats – but there are some steps you can take to keep your phone and minimize the risk.
  5. Cellphones can kill off sperm

    Cellphones give off electromagnetic radiation, which can kill sperm if you keep them in your pocket or even near your body.
  6. Do cellphones cause brain tumors?

    I remember 12 years ago a friend of mine was scheduled for thyroid cancer surgery. He was relatively young, had no strong family history of the disease and no exposure to any major source of radiation... except for one. As we spoke, I found out he was using his cellphone for buying and selling for 8 hours or more every day!
  7. Hold that call when crossing the road

    A new study confirms what most of us already know: The older you get, the harder it is to focus on two things at the same time.

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