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    Cell phones can reduce fertility by 30 %

    Even when not in use, cell phones can reduce fertility in males by as much as 30 per cent, a recent study has revealed. This latest warning comes after the World Health Organisation (WHO) said that cell phones could cause cancer. The study was conducted by a Canadian university, and says that men with poor sperm quality and less sperm count could have been spending too much time on cell phones and were being harmed by the electromagnetic waves emitted by them.

    “While cell phone use appears to increase the level of testosterone circulating in the body, it may also lead to low sperm quality in terms of motility and concentration thereby decreasing the chances of fertility,” said the survey. Interestingly, the researchers believe that cell phones may cause damage while in stand-by mode, too, as they make regular transmissions to maintain contact with the nearest radio masts.

    Users should avoid carrying phones in a belt holster or trousers, instead carry them in a bag or a briefcase away from physical contact and avoid them when not in use, suggested the study.

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    Re: Cell phones can reduce fertility by 30 %

    S guna, this is true. The rays from the cellphones may cause brain tumors.Three studies since 1999 indicate that people who have used cell phones for more than a decade may have as much as three times greater risk of developing brain tumors on the side of the head against which they most often hold their phone—an argument for, at the least, shifting ears regularly or, even better, using an earpiece or the speakerphone feature while chatting.

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