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|12th December 2008, 16:42||#16|
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If you get headache or any discomfort because of using a WBHS, it is just becauase of that thingy being attached to your ear. It is a matter of getting used to it, Bluetooth radiation is extreamly weak and it cannot do any damage compared to the actual cellphone radiation which is thousands or more times stronger than BT radiation.
Prowler wrote: The power output is not enough to cause any serious damage to humans. Unless you are pregnant...
@Prowler: Does BT radiation in someway affect pregnant woman?
If BT radiation can be bad, then no human being is spared. (May be excpet the bushmen in the movie Gods must be crazy) We are all living in a world where electromagnetic radiation is omnipresent. Radiation from mobile towers 50 or 70 meters away can be much stronger than a nearby BT device.
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|15th December 2008, 13:41||#17|
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>>Does BT radiation in someway affect pregnant woman?
Any exposure to "serious levels" of radiation for a prolonged period can have dangerous consequences for the foetus. Although a mobile's BT has barely enough output, the long term consequences have not been studied in detail - hence the precaution.
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