Can excessive mobile phone use cause cancer?

Mobile phones emit a form of radiation from their antennae, which can be absorbed by the body tissues closest to the antennae.
Mobile phones emit a form of radiation from their antennae, which can be absorbed by the body tissues closest to the antennae.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - The mobile phone is such a big part of our lives that some of us naturally worry if excessive use can increase our risk of getting tumours in the brain or head and neck area.

After all, mobile phones emit a form of radiation from their antennae, which can be absorbed by the body tissues closest to the antennae.

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