Hi alara Friends, The answer to the title question of this post is likely "no" according to the Tech Times article "Smartphone in pocket? Might not be a smart move if you are a man. Here's why" by Anne Francis. Smartphone in pocket? Might not be a smart move if you are a man. Here's why Men who have their cell phones in their pockets may have damaged sperm, reducing their chances of having children. University of Exeter scientists said that their findings suggest that radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation exposure from cellular phones negatively affects the quality of sperm but further investigation...

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Hello alara Friends, It's true, CNET has been on the SAR case for over a decade. Have a look at their informative article "Why CNET compiles cell phone radiation charts" by Kent German and see what their data says. Why CNET compiles cell phone radiation charts Earlier this week, Nate Ralph and I revived a portion of CNET's long-standing cell phone radiation charts. The two galleries, the cell phones with the highest radiation levels and the cell phones with the lowest radiation levels, were quick to gather reader comments, a few of which I'd like to address here. But first,...

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Cell phones emit radiofrequency (RF) waves, a type of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation (commonly called “cell phone radiation”). When a consumer holds or carries a mobile device in close proximity, the user’s head and body can absorb over half of the transmitted energy.

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As global cell phone subscription soared from 12.4 million in 1990 to 7 billion in 2013, cell phones have become a universal and indispensable tool for modern life. Cell phones emit low-intensity radio-frequency (RF) energy, a type of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation (EMR). When you hold your cell phone next to your head or wear it on your body, you can absorb over 50% of the transmitted RF energy. While cell phones bring enormous convenience to our lives, the possible health consequences of exposure to cell phone radiation have aroused considerable public attention and scientific debate. What Science Says Since the...

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Recently, Dr. Oz and Sanjay Gupta sat down to separate fact from fiction about the dangers of cell phone radiation. The two doctors confirmed a few facts associated with cell phones, including Fact: The amount of radiation emitted by cell phones is regulated by the federal government. What you need to know: FCC’s current standards, which have been in practice since 1997, may not reflect the latest research; do not account for the possible risks to children’s developing brains and smaller bodies; and consider only the impact of short-term cell phone use, not frequent calling over decades. alara supports the...

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By now, you have probably noticed that not all smartphone cases are the same. An alara case formally known as alara case, for example, is the only mobile device case proven to reduce your exposure to cell phone radiation while still protecting your signal strength. And while all alara cases are rigorously tested by our researchers in state-of-the-art facilities, did you know that most mobile phone cases are neither tested nor factored into the device equipment authorization process, even though most people use a case with their mobile device? As a result, the “radiation profile” of a given device with...

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