A growing body of research suggests that cellphones pose a variety of risks. Using them while navigating busy streets is risky. I can't count the number of times I have seen someone crossing a busy intersection with their head down, eyes glued to a cell phone. That is just dumb.

And so is driving and texting, but no one does that anymore -- right?

If cell phones do turn out to be related to brain cancer, it will likely be too late for many, and many will simply keep on using cellphones anyway.

This from the biased, left-wing, New York Times:
"A World Health Organization panel has concluded that cellphones are “possibly carcinogenic,’’ putting the popular devices in the same category as certain dry cleaning chemicals and pesticides, as a potential threat to human health."
Of course, a paid adviser for the cellphone industry denied the connection and the risks.

Call me on your cell for more details . . .