Thyroid cancer feared by mobile phone use
Web Desk: Researchers say the use of mobile phones increases the risk of developing thyroid cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, radio frequency emitted from mobile phones absorbs the rays due to the proximity of our body to the antenna. X-ray damage caused by cancer was detected. While radiation from mobile phones is “non-ionizing,” many investigations have failed to provide evidence that non-ionizing rays increase the risk of cancer in humans. Nevertheless, scientists from Yale University point out that you have a connection to mobiles and cheats. The team conducted more than 900 lives in Connecticut, of which 440 were diagnosed with thyroid cancer.