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Dangers of the hand held mobile phone

Don't know how far this is true, but there is no harm in being aware...

Where do you keep your Handphone normally?

This morning I heard a true and sad story from a colleague of mine. She
told me one of her friends is always having miscarriages. When the baby
gets to be 2-3 months old she loses it. This happened several times over.
The couple went to check with many doctors and at last one of the doctors
examined the dead baby and found that the baby's body cells kept dying as
the baby was growing in the womb until he/she could not survive.This was
because her uterus was affected by HANDPHONE RADIATION.

The doctor told her she now has no chance to give birth to a healthy baby because the radiation
has affected her uterus so that the major portion of the cells in her
uterus have already died. This happened because she has been keeping her
handphone in her working jacket so that the phone rested against just the
right spot for the uterus. She had been wearing it like this for a few
years. Please beware of this and take note if you don't want what has
happened to this woman to happen to you.

Dearest friends,

Please do not ignore handphone radiation which will damage our health or
body organs. Please put away your handphone when ever you don't need it
much .

Please do not keep your handphone near to the kidney position and pants
pocket as this will damage your genital area and affect your ability to
father a baby.

The other doctor also advised another friend to keep her handphone away
from her new born baby to avoid radiation damage to the baby's brain cells.
Do not let the baby or toddler play with the handphone for a long time.
This is because the small young baby or toddler is still very fragile and
growing, so he/she is much more vulnerable to radiation damage.

Please remember not to sleep together with your handphone or put it next to
your bed. Keep any other electronic goods (such as tvs) which also give off
radiation away from your bedroom to reduce risk as we have to sleep a few
hours every day in our bedroom at night. Further, do not imagine that if
you switch off the TV there will be no radiation. Actually it is still
around in your room. It is not advisable to have even a small digital alarm
clock close to your head while sleeping.

Take Care of yourself and your loved ones.

Thank you!


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