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May 1, 2011

Red Cross Haiti launched Malaria prevention campaign by SMS

redcrosslogo.jpeg The Haitian Red Cross has launched a prevention campaign against malaria in throughout the country, with the sending of SMS to more than 3.5 million people. The messages include information such as how the malaria is transmitted, how to recognize symptoms, treatment options and the simple steps for prevention.

[via Haiti Libre]

emily | 5:51 PM | permalink

April 29, 2011

Cell Phone Radiation Could Interact With Human Tissues in a Never-Before-Considered Way

Cell phone signals’ effect on biological tissue surfaced again today via a Los Alamos researcher Bill Bruno who says the microwaves emitted by cell phones can interact with human tissues in an entirely new way that has yet to be taken into account. PopsSci reports.

quotemarksright.jpg... This doesn’t mean that microwave photons are necessarily scrambling your neurons, but it does add another wrinkle to the debate and is cause for concern and further evaluation. quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article. Bill Bruno's paper

emily | 8:23 AM | permalink

April 22, 2011

Smart Diaphragm sends SMS re collagen levels in cervix

Pre-term births can result in dangerous deliveries for mothers and life-long medical problems for children. Currently, one in ten babies are born prematurely, but a new project called SMART Diaphragm is working to change this through an early detection system. MobileActive.org reports.

quotemarksright.jpgSMART Diaphragm is an early warning system for high-risk pregnancies. Pregnant women insert a sensor-enabled diaphragm that monitors decreasing collagen levels in the woman's cervix - an indicator of impending pre-term labor. The results are wirelessly transmitted via bluetooth-enabled phones to a cloud data storage system.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article.

emily | 6:09 PM | permalink

April 18, 2011

Tanzania rolls out "SMS For Life"

SMSForLife.jpg Tanzania has announced the nationwide roll-out of a unique malaria treatment access initiative. Africa Science News reports.

quotemarksright.jpgThe “SMS for Life” pilot launched in 2009 ran across three districts in Tanzania, ensuring access to essential malaria treatments for 888,000 people. 99% of health facilities involved avoided stock-outs of the artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT), one of the main anti-malarial medicines.

“SMS for Life” will now be deployed across 5,000 health facilities in 131 districts in Tanzania, covering a population of over 40 million.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article.

emily | 9:06 PM | permalink

April 15, 2011

Do Cellphones Cause Brain Cancer?

On Jan. 21, 1993, the television talk-show host Larry King featured an unexpected guest on his program. A young man from Florida, David Reynard, who had filed a tort claim against the cellphone manufacturer NEC and the carrier GTE Mobilnet, claiming that radiation from their phones caused or accelerated the growth of a brain tumor in his wife. The New York Times reports.

According to USA Today in 1999, Reynard and his lawyer didn't have much of what you might call evidence, which is why they didn't get very far in the courts. But the issue has hung around as a media fascination. Television shows and news reports can, in a matter of moments, leave a lasting impression.

emily | 8:59 AM | permalink

April 5, 2011

UCF Student Turns Cell Phone Into Mobile Microscope to Detect Malaria

A group of college students at the University of Central Florida have figured out how to turn smart phones into virtual microscopes that can detect malaria from a digital snapshot of a patient’s blood sample. UCF Today reports.

quotemarksright.jpgInstead of placing a blood sample under a microscope in a lab, a doctor or nurse working in remote parts of Africa would simply snap a picture of the sample with a cell phone camera. Then an image analysis algorithm – devised as a phone app that Gibeau created – calculates and detects where the malaria clusters are based on blood cells’ location and staining.

The only special preparation a field doctor would have to do is place a drop of a dye that stains for the malaria parasite in the blood sample – the same way it’s done in a lab.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article.

emily | 9:10 PM | permalink

Study: SMS reminders up flu vaccine adoption

A physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital found that sending text messages to predominantly Spanish-speaking, urban, low-income parents increased the chances those parents would bring their children in to receive a flu vaccine.

[via mobihealthNews]

emily | 8:15 PM | permalink

April 4, 2011

Safety Adovcate launches Lab Rat 4 SAR

Cell phone radiation safety advocate and FCC regulatory watchdog Cynthia Franklin has announced the launch of a consumer information website. Called "Lab Rat 4 SAR", the site provides facts and commentary about the outdated federal policies and unfettered industry practices regarding cell phone radiation (SAR).

Read full press release.

emily | 6:31 PM | permalink

April 3, 2011

Africa turns to cellphones for better health

banner-mdnet.png Africa is poor in landlines and hospital beds but rich in cellphones, which is why mobile health - mHealth - offers opportunities for providing care at a low cost, say experts. The AP reports.

quotemarksright.jpgIn west Africa, 2,200 doctors in Ghana and all of Liberia's 143 doctors have signed on to anti-poverty group Africa Aid's MDNet network, allowing then to call or text other physicians for free. In Ghana, a national directory helps find the number to call.

... Seventeen years after being torn apart by genocide, Rwanda is trailblazing the use of technology to overcome challenges in a country with one doctor for every 18,000 people.

... Marcha Neethling of the Praekelt Foundation in South Africa, which developed txtAlert, says it costs roughly 14 US cents per patient per month to receive the reminders.

"There is no other technology that can reach people in such masses. For the bang for your buck - the amount that you would spend to reach one person - it is by far the cheapest technology," she said. "It's so obvious to us that it's making a massive impact."quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article.

Previously:

- Africa Aid's MDNet Program: A doctor-to-doctor mobile

emily | 9:00 PM | permalink

March 24, 2011

Cell Phone Exposure May Cause Bone Weakening

Now cell phones are being blamed for bone weakening, according to a new study study in the March Journal of Craniofacial Surgery.

Add this to the wide variety of afflictions - such as making children fat, affecting brain activity - but not in a good way, hurting your vocal chords, harming your body cells and damaging your DNA, bringing on RSI, giving a headache or an earache, triggering the onset of Alzheimer, creating an addictive disorder, undercuting male fertility, encouraging teenage promiscious sex or leading to sexually transmitted diseases and my favorite, using a cell phone while pregnant 'can lead to behavioural problems in children' - to name just a few.

But back to this new study. According to Newswise, "men who routinely wear their cell phone on their belt on the right side have reduced bone mineral content and bone mineral density in the right hip, according to the study by Dr. Fernando D. Sravi of National University of Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina."

Actually, this is not new. A study by Turkish researchers, published in the September 2009 issue of the very same Journal of Craniofacial Surgery and reported by Health US News, suggested that "electromagnetic fields emitted by cell phones may have a harmful effect on bone density".

emily | 6:53 PM | permalink

February 27, 2011

Device linked to smartphone helps diagnose cancer

The future of cancer detection may be in your pocket, according to The Boston Globe.

quotemarksright.jpgResearchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have built a $200 portable device that can hook up to a smartphone and analyze a tiny amount of tissue to determine in an hour whether a patient’s cancer is malignant and likely to spread.

In a paper published February 23 in the journal Science Translational Medicine, a team described the device they built and an early clinical test of 50 people who had their abnormal stomach tissue biopsied.

By looking at a combination of four biomarkers in the samples, the researchers correctly predicted whether 48 of the patients had benign or malignant cancers.

The technology is still at a very early stage and has yet to go through rigorous clinical testing. But it has shown promising early results and can produce a result in an hour, instead of in the days it might take with traditional methods.

The device can display its findings using the monitors on mobile phones.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article. Listen to Podcast from Science Translational Medicine, a conversation with Ralph Weissleder, who talks about his miniature micro-NMR machine operated by smart phone technology that can detect cancer cells in tissue biopsies from patients in less than an hour.

emily | 9:28 AM | permalink

February 24, 2011

Kerala to send SMS alerts for vaccination of babies

HospitalKiosks.jpg Parents of new born babies in Kerala will henceforth get SMSes on their cell phones about vaccination details for babies. The MedGuru reports.

quotemarksright.jpgInformation Kerala Mission (IKM), the flagship e-governance project of the Kerala government, has developed the system as a part of the ‘Hospital Kiosks.’

... By combining JanasevanaKendrams with hospitals online, IKM makes birth and death certificates available to informants within 24 hours of registration. And, of course, marriage certificates also get done the same way.

“The messages will be sent to the parents who register online the birth of their child through the Hospital Kiosks, the facility arranged at the hospitals for birth and death registrations,” said A Shaji, Director (Implementation), IKM.

"The mobile numbers mentioned in the birth registration forms will be collected and details of vaccination will be sent as SMS to the number.

The IKM kicks off the program statewide from next month in all hospitals which have these hospital kiosks. There are 365 hospitals, both private and public, across the state.

As the Health department has already made the registration of births through kiosks mandatory, it is easy to collect data.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article.

emily | 1:52 PM | permalink

Could Cell Phones Be Used to Treat Depression?

Image of Brain Glucose Metabolism.jpeg There’s been a lot of buzz about the JAMA study demonstrating that the radiation from cell phones activates some brain regions. But it’s unclear whether this cell-phone induced increase in brain activity is harmful or helpful. But if there aren’t harmful effects, the ability to induce brain activity could actually be a good thing. The Wall Street Journal reports.

quotemarksright.jpgCell phones potentially could be used therapeutically, as a non-invasive tool to interact with brain rhythms or stimulate parts of the brain that aren’t working optimally, according to Reto Huber, a professor at the University Children’s Hospital Zurich who also has studied electromagnetic fields and cell phone use but wasn’t involved with the new JAMA study.

There are already brain stimulation techniques for depression, like electroconvulsive therapy (ECT, aka shock therapy) and transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS. The amount of additional brain activity induced by cell phones — about 7% to 8% — is on par with the amount of increased brain activity currently induced by TMS, according to Nora Volkow, Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse So perhaps one day cell phones could be hand-held brain stimulation devices, she says.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article.

Previously: Study Shows Cell Phones Affect Brain Activity, Stirring Fears

emily | 8:04 AM | permalink

February 23, 2011

Study Shows Cell Phones Affect Brain Activity, Stirring Fears

Image of Brain Glucose Metabolism.jpeg Holding a cell phone to the ear for an extended period of time increases activity in regions of the brain closest to the antenna, researchers have found, reports MedPage Today.

quotemarksright.jpgGlucose metabolism in the orbitofrontal cortex and temporal pole increased significantly when the phone was turned on and muted, compared with when it was off, Nora Volkow, MD, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and colleagues reported in the Feb. 23 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.

... Although the study can't speak to what the long-term implications might be, other researchers are calling the findings significant.

"Clearly there is an acute effect, and the important question is whether this acute effect is associated with events that may be damaging to the brain or predispose to the development of future problems such as cancer as suggested by recent epidemiological studies," Santosh Kesari, MD, PhD, director of neuro-oncology at the University of California San Diego, said in an e-mail to MedPage Today and ABC News.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article. Article in Journal of the American Medical Association: Effects of Cell Phone Radiofrequency Signal Exposure on Brain Glucose Metabolism.

emily | 7:58 AM | permalink

February 19, 2011

British Study Finds No Link Between Cell Phones, Brain Tumors

Cell phones do not increase the risk of brain cancer, a new British study contends. There's been no increase in the cancers since the technology's spread in 1990s. Bloomberg Business Week reports.

quotemarksright.jpgAn analysis of data on newly diagnosed cases of brain cancer in England between 1998 and 2007 -- when cell phone use was climbing -- revealed no statistically significant change in the incidence of brain cancers in men or women, said the University of Manchester researchers.

"There is an on-going controversy about whether radio-frequency exposure from mobile phones increases the risk of brain cancer. Our findings indicate that a causal link between mobile phone use and cancer is unlikely because there is no evidence of any significant increase in the disease since [the] introduction and rapid proliferation [of cell phones]," lead researcher Frank de Vocht, an occupational and environmental health expert, said in a university news release.

The study was released online in advance of publication in an upcoming print issue of the journal Bioelectromagnetics.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full press release.

emily | 6:26 PM | permalink

January 24, 2011

340 diseases diagnosed by SMS

According to Grant Newton, CEO of South African Sanlam Health, cellular network operator MTN and Sanlam have spent more than 10 years developing a series of questions that patients will answer by SMS or on the phone, which will enable doctors to diagnose 340 diseases. Times Live reports.

quotemarksright.jpgPatients will be required to key in "yes" or "no" answers to a series of voice prompts and then will be given a likely diagnosis and told how soon they need to see a doctor.

"It will offer a number of possible - and I want to stress 'possible' - diagnoses. It would answer how soon a patient would need to get to hospital," Newton said.

The companies plan to employ doctors and nurses at call centres to talk to patients and diagnose them over the phone.

The service will be accessible only by MTN subscribers.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read more.

emily | 8:01 AM | permalink

January 16, 2011

New technology can be the best medicine

fitnessap.jpeg Cellphones have already proven to be a potent medical instrument in improving patient outcomes. USA Today reports.

quotemarksright.jpgSeveral military-run treatment trials are testing the promise of cellphones and online apps in patient care. U.S. Army Col. Ron Poropatich, who spoke at CES in Las Vegas last week, foresees patients tracking their blood pressure and other measurements using computers and devices, and those findings being monitored remotely by caregivers. Similarly, cellphones and online video can connect care-intensive patients who want to remain in their homes with off-site doctors and families.

Already, commercial firms are making their own evolutionary strides in telemedicine and personal health monitoring.quotesmarksleft.jpg

USA Today takes a look at some of the health and medical advances on display last week at CES.

emily | 9:16 PM | permalink

December 28, 2010

MHealth: Mobile technology brings healthcare home

An ageing - and expanding - population is presenting health care providers and governments with a budgetary crisis.

Telecoms companies are also facing challenging times, with traditional markets reaching saturation, forcing them to explore other revenue streams.

Vodafone, Orange, AT&T Wireless, Turkey's Avea, and Japan's NTT DoCoMo are all investing in mobile healthcare.

Read BBC's special report on mobile applications for healthcare in Europe and Africa.

emily | 11:03 AM | permalink

December 16, 2010

Kenya: Firm Develops Early HIV Diagnosis System for Infants

babyafrica.jpeg With the help of Strathmore University students, Hewlett Packard has developed a custom database application that uses cloud computing to capture, manage and return infant HIV test results in one to two days, a significant improvement from the previous paper-based system that took over one month. allAfrica reports.

quotemarksright.jpgParents of the infant were required to travel to take blood samples to the nearest health facility from where it was brought to Nairobi via courier service. Results of the test were then taken back via courier service, taking a lot of time and resources," said Mr Matilu Mwau, the director and principal investigator of early infant diagnosis at the Kenya Medical Research Institute (Kemri) in Busia.

The technology will now make test results available online, as well as via SMS and GSM in real time, thereby drastically reducing the time taken to inform parents of the test results. quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article. Image from SaveTheChildren.org

emily | 2:00 PM | permalink

December 15, 2010

Scratch codes aid malaria fight

mPedigree.jpeg Mobile phones could soon be helping re-assure Nigerians and Ghanaians they are getting genuine medicine. The BBC reports.

quotemarksright.jpgA pilot scheme in the two nations has begun putting unique scratch codes on more than 500,000 medicine bottles and packets of pills.

When the code is texted to a free phone number, a return message will reveal that a drug is genuine.

The scheme hopes to boost efforts to tackle diseases such as malaria and combat the rise in fake medicines.

... Such a scheme is important in Africa where about 80% of medicines are generic, said Bright Simons, founder of mPedigree which developed some of the technology to underpin the pilot.

By using the codes, people would get to know pharmacies, hospitals and other outlets they can trust, he said.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article. Image from AidWatchers.

Related:

-- Mobile phones fight Africa's drug war - New systems that let users dial up to verify antimalarial and other drugs' authenticity could be a major defense against counterfeit meds.

-- Stop Stock-outs, an SMS program developed by Parson University students to track medicine inventories at the local level in many African villages.

-- Text messages across Nigeria are helping to track the distribution of some 63 million mosquito nets – the largest campaign of its kind to date.

-- Members of the public run a "pill check", visiting public hospitals to check the availability of drugs at their local clinic or hospital pharmacy.

-- A new solution developed by IBM, Novartis and Vodafone with the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, is helping to save lives using everyday technology to improve the availability of anti-malarial drugs in remote areas of Tanzania.

-- ... more

emily | 8:05 AM | permalink

December 7, 2010

Using phone while pregnant 'can lead to behavioural problems in children'

pregnantwoman9.jpeg The Daily Mail reports on research that we have heard of before, claiming pregnant women who regularly use mobile phones are putting their babies at risk of developing behavioural problems.

quotemarksright.jpgThose exposed before birth and in their childhood, were 50 per cent more likely to have behavioural problems than those exposed to neither.

To other behavior experts,the evidence is weak and that the cause of bad behavior is more likely due to parental distraction.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Using a mobile phone while pregnant can damage your baby - In 2008, The Independent reported on an earlier study, which surveyed more than 13,000 children, and found that using the handsets just two or three times a day was enough to raise the risk of their babies developing hyperactivity and difficulties with conduct, emotions and relationships by the time they reached school age. With the likelihood of even greater problems if the children themselves use the phones before the age of seven.

Companies working on preventive measures:

-- Clarins Cosmetics' protective spray for cell phones - Called expertise 3p, it claimed to "reinforce skin's resistance to the harmful effects of artificial electromagnetic waves, thanks to, get this, "White Tea and Succory Dock-Cress, - which grows near motorways despite car emissions". The company was later told by The Advertising Standards Authority to withdraw these claims which were not proven and had made an "undue appeal" to readers' fears."

-- Anti radiation products with some science in them - The New York Times Gadgetwise blog looks into two companies that are developing products that neutralize environmental radiation coming from laptops and cell phones.

Protective clothing concepts:

-- Belarus authorities to introduce radiation safe school uniforms - The uniform features a dedicated pocket that can store the phone and make it safe for those who wear it.

-- Special clothing protects unborn babies in womb from cellphone radiation - MummyWrap, a sleeveless, loose-fitting garment for pregnant women made from a light-weight copper-based cotton fabric known as Swiss Shield.

-- New men's underwear protects from harmful cell phone rays - Swiss clothing manufacturer Isabodywear is launching a special line of men's underwear that claims to protect "men's sperm from harmful cell phone radiation".

-- A New York based store sells dress shirts and caps designed to protect people from electromagnetic fields -- or radiation -- given off by cell phones and electronic devices.

-- Singapore-based garment manufacturer Crocodile International launched smart pants or "Radiguard' specialty trousers" for cell-phone buffs who exposed exposed to the ultra magnetic emission from the cell-phones.

-- In September 2002, Levi Strauss announced the launch of a new Dockers' model with anti-radiation-lined pockets, prompted by customers' concerns about the possible health risks of mobile phone use.

emily | 6:52 AM | permalink

December 3, 2010

New health worries about mobile devices

Mounting scientific evidence suggests that nonthermal radio frequency radiation (RF)—the invisible energy waves that connect cell phones to cell towers, and power numerous other everyday items—can damage our immune systems and alter our cellular makeup, even at intensities considered safe by the FCC. Women's Health reports.

quotemarksright.jpgAccording to Cindy Sage, an environmental consultant in Santa Barbara, California, who has studied radiation for 28 years. "Here's why that's crucial: Overwhelming evidence shows that RF can cause DNA damage, and DNA damage is a necessary precursor to cancer."quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article.

emily | 3:28 PM | permalink

November 19, 2010

Cell Phone 'Telemonitoring' May Help Control Blood Pressure

Researchers are exploring a new mobile phone monitoring system that automatically picks up patients' home blood pressure readings, which is then sent out wirelessly via radio signals from monitoring equipment outfitted with Blue-tooth technology. Business Week reports.

quotemarksright.jpgThe cell phones are pre-programmed to transmit the blood pressure readings and receive appropriate feedback (which appear instantly on the cell phone screen).

Good readings may prompt a message of "Congratulations," while problematic results may trigger a message advising the patients to make a check-up appointment with their doctor. The interactive system may also instruct patients to take more readings over a specified period of time to get a more reliable overall reading.

What's more, if any two-week or three-day period exceeds a pre-set average reading threshold, the patient's doctor would be automatically notified. In addition, doctors would be able to log online to check their patient's readings.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article.

Relateld:

-- Cellphones monitor glucose, weight and blood pressure

-- D.I.Y. Diagnostics as close as your cellphone

-- An app to check your glucose

emily | 8:36 AM | permalink

November 18, 2010

Bill Gates on Cell Phone Science

448x252.jpeg A short post by Bill Gates on some very interesting work utilizing cell phones to improve health care where resources are limited.

quotemarksright.jpg... For example, Mark Thomas will be leading a team at VaxTrac to field test a mobile phone-based vaccination registry that uses fingerprint scans to track people who have received immunizations. The goal is to reduce redundant doses and increase coverage levels in developing countries.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full post in gatesnotes

emily | 8:10 AM | permalink

November 16, 2010

Cell Phone Chatting can cause skin rash

Ho-Hum, another article saying cell phones can cause a skin rash - if you're allergic to nickel that is. I've been ignoring this for the last few days, but the subject keeps popping up. So here goes:

According to Medical News Today, some people are susceptible to an allergic reaction to nickel after spending too long chatting away on their cell phone, researchers explained at the Annual Scientific Meeting ACAAI. Apparently 17% of females and 3% of males are allergic to nickel.

quotemarksright.jpgLuz Fonacier, MD, an allergist and ACAAI Fellow, said: "Increased use of cell phones with unlimited usage plans has led to more prolonged exposure to the nickel in phones. Patients come in with dry, itchy patches on their cheeks, jaw lines and ears and have no idea what is causing their allergic reaction."quotesmarksleft.jpg

Related articles to cell phones causing skin rashes.

emily | 6:03 PM | permalink

November 15, 2010

Cell Phone Safety - Not too close

Holding a cellphone against your ear may be hazardous to your health. So may stuffing it in a pocket against your body. The New York Times reports.

quotemarksright.jpgThe legal departments of cellphone manufacturers slip a warning about holding the phone against your head or body into the fine print of the little slip that you toss aside when unpacking your phone. Apple, for example, doesn’t want iPhones to come closer than 5/8 of an inch; Research In Motion, BlackBerry’s manufacturer, is still more cautious: keep a distance of about an inch.

The warnings may be missed by an awful lot of customers. quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article and Cellphone Health Facts by the CTIA.

emily | 8:24 AM | permalink

November 10, 2010

Managing HIV patients in Africa thanks to SMS

Using mobile-phone text messages to remind HIV patients to take their dose of life-saving medications can give a major boost to drug adherence, according to an innovative trial in Kenya unveiled on Tuesday: The HAART cell phone adherence trial (WelTel Kenya1) (pdf).

Read full article by the AFP

emily | 6:06 PM | permalink

November 9, 2010

Sex, drugs more common in hyper-texting teens

Teens who text 120 times a day or more — and there seems to be a lot of them — are more likely to have had sex or used alcohol and drugs than kids who don't send as many messages, according to provocative new research.

[via APNewsvine]

emily | 1:39 PM | permalink

Urine STD Test? There's an App for That

mobile phone std.jpeg The New York Observer reports that British health officials are hard at work on a new app that will allow users to pee into their cell phones and find out within minutes if they have an STD.

quotemarksright.jpgAccording to The Guardian, £4 million have been invested in the UK Clinical Research Collaboration, which is creating a smartphone app that will allow users, "to put urine or saliva on to a computer chip about the size of a USB chip, plug it into their phone or computer and receive a diagnosis within minutes."

"Your mobile phone can be your mobile doctor. It diagnoses whether you've got one of a range of STIs, such as chlamydia or gonorrhea and tells you where to go next to get treatment," Dr Tariq Sadiq, a senior lecturer and consultant physician in sexual health and HIV at St George's, University of London, who is leading the project, told The Guardian.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article via Gawker.

emily | 7:39 AM | permalink

November 8, 2010

Bounce case claims to reduce cell phone radiation by 60%

BounceCase.jpg

Spotted on infocera, a cell phone case called Bounce by Case-mate that is said to reduce (EFI) radiation by 85 % and 60 % overall Specific Absorption Rate radiation (SAR).

quotemarksright.jpgThe case for these iPhone smartphones will be using the patented technology by Pong. It is the technology which re directs radiation away from a user’s end with the protection by case-mates’s best designed product. quotesmarksleft.jpg

Links to related anti-radiation products

emily | 3:01 PM | permalink

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