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How safe is low frequency radiation in I.T. edge cases? (5G, etc)

Closely Related: 5G Radiation Dangerous? Being inundated with all kinds of 5G health statements, (for & against), I noticed a weird trend - the absence of cumulative radiation studies. Question: ...
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Custom harmless equalizer settings [closed]

I recently bought a new phone. I didn't like audio quality so I went to Equalizer and changed the settings to these: I know high frequencies are harmful. So, is this setting okay? Please note that ...
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Are cell phones still prohibited from the ER or other medical facilities? Why or why not?

A decade + ago, I've been told that cell phones disrupt the medical devices in medical facilities, especially in the ER; thus, cell phones have been prohibited from the ER or other designated areas ...
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What are the potential effects of mobile phones on pacemaker function?

I was wondering if mobile phone can negatively effect pacemakers. Most websites recommend reduced phone usage, but I can't find any research that explains how they can interfere with pacemakers. ...
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Excessive radiation emission by cell phone when call is connected? [closed]

I have an application called Mobile Guard which one of its features is to vibrate when call is connected and by that allowing you to keep the phone away from your ear until the callee answers. The ...
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How do digital devices affect mood?

I'm particularly curious about research that's been done on smartphones. Please provide links to articles, books, research, etc...
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Is swyping less RSI-prone than typing?

The two main kinds of silent input on a phone are swyping and typing. Is Swype less RSI-prone than typing? RSI = repetitive strain injury Swype = virtual keyboard for touchscreen smartphones and ...
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Is there any health risk in cellular phones?

Cellular phones are taking ever increasing part in our lives, and I keep hearing people saying they are harmful to our health. Are there any scientific researches so far proving or disproving those ...