Does Cellphone Use Actually Increase Your Risk Of Cancer?

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The internet is full of misinformation.

Sometimes, it can be difficult to distinguish fact from fiction, especially when dealing with matters of health in relation to technology we use every day. The latest episode of iHeartRadio podcast Stuff They Don't Want You To Know dives into the true correlation between cancer risk and cellphone usage, silencing rumors and assumptions.

This podcast serves to enlighten listeners about a variety of controversial topics "from UFOs to psychic powers and government cover-ups" with a mission to debunk myths and explain history in realtime. On this week's episode, "CLASSIC: Cellphones, 5G & Cancer," podcast hosts, Ben Bowlin, Matt Frederick, and Noel Brown attempt to separate fact from fiction and answer the question on everyone's mind: Is there a connection between cancer and cellphone usage? Per the episode's summary:

"Smart phones have fundamentally changed the world -- at times, it's difficult to imagine life without one of these handy computers. There's a world of people you can call, a universe of information at your fingertips and millions of specialized programs to make everyday life that much easier. In fact, it sounds too good to be true... and, according to some critics, that might just be the case. So how do we separate the fact from fiction when it comes to smart phones and cancer?"

For the full scoop, and to find out if cellphone usage really does increase your risk of cancer, check out the latest episode of Stuff They Don't Want You To Know on iHeartRadio now!

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