The wireless baby monitor debate is an extension of the ongoing concern over RF EME's omitted from smartphones.
The Smartphone Dilemma
The lack of research on children using smartphones is an ongoing area of concern. A fact sheet released by the World Health Organisation (Fact Sheet NÂ°193) describes smartphones as having the potential to cause cancer by saying they're "possibly carcinogenic to humans."
"The technology is very new and it's impossible to be completely sure there isn't some risk," ARPANSA warns in their new "fact sheet."
"This is particularly true for children where there is little research evidence."
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, almost one in four children aged 9 own a mobile, but by high school that figure rises to 75 percent.
"One way to exercise caution is to reduce unnecessary exposure from your handset and to encourage your children to do this," ARPANSA's fact sheet states.
"Remember, it doesn't have to be done for every phone call and in an emergency there are better things to worry about."
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