News Roundup: Mobile health fears

Mobile phones: a great social and business tool or a serious health risk? Stay informed with ZDNet

The debate rages on as to whether mobiles are safe to use all the time, safe to use in moderation or should be avoided at all costs. The research painstakingly continues behind the scenes, in the bid to find out if our health concerns are justified. Keep up to date with all the latest reports, results and statistics, so you can be sure your choices are well-informed. NEWS:
Research: Mobiles potentially harmful to human cells
Mon, 11 Dec Research using realistically shaped computer simulations human cells concludes that mobile phones cause more intensive electric fields within tissue than previously thought Government U-turn on mobiles
Fri, 08 Dec Patricia Hewitt's assurances that hands free kits provide protection from radiation were wrong Government set to respond to Stewart Enquiry
Fri, 08 Dec With UK scientists warning of potential health dangers to children, will ministers warn kids off mobile phones? UK mobile phones to carry health warnings
Mon, 27 Nov Government guidelines are to be hurried through before Christmas Latest: Children at risk from mobiles
Mon, 27 Nov British scientist accuses mobile manufacturers of using Stewart Report to bewilder the public and says mobiles could be risky for children Report: Hands-free mobiles triple radiation risk
Thu, 02 Nov UPDATE: Consumers' Association raises new worries over hands-free mobiles, but DTI calls study 'dubious' Motorola backtracks on GPRS safety concerns
Fri, 27 Oct Motorola says New Scientist report on GPRS radiation safety was wrong but declines to explain why Have your say instantly, and see what others have said. Click on the TalkBack button and go to the ZDNet News forum. Let the editors know what you think in the Mailroom. And read what others have said.