Common answers to cellphone radiation

Mobile phone technology is advancing at a dizzying pace, and what seem like scientifically-sound solutions may actually be compounding the problem. By understanding the principles of mobile phone radiation claims, consumers can evaluate the best protective products on the market.


Three approaches

  1. Common Sense

    The FCC and Federal Trade Commission recommend using a few common-sense approaches to reducing exposure to mobile phone SAR. These include using a headset to keep your phone away from your body, texting more often than speaking, and waiting for a good signal, thus reducing heavy exposure to mobile phone radiation.

  2. mobile phone radiation “shield”

    Some products claim to shield users from mobile phone radiation. According to the FTC, this claim is not scientifically proven to be true of the majority of products. Additionally, the FTC notes that covering a phone earpiece is insufficient as radiation emits from the entire mobile phone. The report also explains that a shield may interfere with a phone signal, causing it to draw more power, and possibly emit more radiation.

  3. The Bodywell Answer

    Scientists consider the Bodywell Chip an entirely new approach to mobile phone radiation reduction. The Bodywell Chip does not block or redirect radiation. Instead, it triggers a new set of fields that counter the radiation emitted by your mobile phone. This approach does not interfere with your mobile phone signal and does not rely on a specific spot on your phone to be effective.