At Pong, we believe that cell phone radiation is a serious issue. While research is still being carried on to determine the effects that radiation has on our brains and bodies, we think it is important to follow the “precautionary principle” recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) in May 2011.
Recently, CNN began a series called “Our Mobile Society” in which the cable news organization examined the impact of mobile technology on our lives. While there are many fascinating ways in which mobile devices have changed how we communicate, work and share information, at Pong we care about protecting people from the potentially harmful effects of cell phone radiation exposure. Which is why were encouraged to see Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent and a practicing neurosurgeon, talking about cell phone radiation.
In this video, Dr. Gupta speaks with Hala Gorani about the effects of cell phone radiation on the brain.
Additionally, Dr. Gupta explains cell phones and radiation in this video:
Pong will promote further media coverage on the potentially harmful effects of cell phone radiation, as we continue to make The Case for People®. Help spread the word about Pong by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.