Study suggests mobile phones do not lead to brain tumours

Britain’s 48 million mobile users have been assured they are not at the risk of developing cancer from talking on their phone.

Mobile phones have been regularly linked with brain disorders as their usage increased over the last decade and health authorities advised people to try and limit their time on the phone. But new research from a nine-year study could allay the concern that mobile phones are bad for your health.

Scientists from Manchester University found that there had been a rise in one form of brain cancer in England but said its increased incidence was too small to be linked to mobile phone usage.

Source - Daily Mail