Health officials: Use hands-free device to chat on cell phone

For those concerned about the recent study linking cell phones to cancer, there are some steps you can take to be safer.World Health Organization (WHO)

NORWALK - For those concerned about the recent study linking cell phones to cancer, there are some steps you can take to be safer.

World Health Organization (WHO) officials say whether or not you're driving, chatting with a hands-free device on your phone may be a good move for your brain health.

The WHO, which released the report, says it issued its warning based on new research that shows exposure to radiation from cell phones affects the brain's metabolism, and could possibly cause cancer.

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