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In the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey released in 2012, the CDC reported that 58 percent of high school seniors and 43 percent of high school juniors said that they had texted or e-mailed while driving during the previous month. “A lot of teens say ‘Well, if the car’s not moving and I’m at a stoplight or I’m stuck in traffic, that’s OK,’”42 says Amanda Lenhart, a senior researcher at the Pew Research Center in Washington, DC, who studies how teens use technology. Other teens admit that although they know texting and driving is not safe, they think it is safer if they hold the phone up so they can see the road and the phone’s screen at the same time.
Most cancers develop when an organism’s DNA is damaged, which allows cancerous cells to form and multiply. Yet the type of radiation that cell phones emit—RF energy— does not damage DNA in cells. Many studies have looked at the “There is no scientific effects of RF energy on cells, animals, evidence to date that and humans, yet there is no conclusive proves that wireless evidence linking RF energy to cancer. ”37 phone study. In the study, researchers —Federal Communications Commission, a in thirteen countries analyzed the use government agency that monitors commuof mobile phones and the risk of head nication by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable.
People are attached to their cell phones but not because of an unhealthy addiction; instead, it is because cell phones have become an integral tool for daily life. 63 Source Notes Overview: The Mobile Life 1. com, March 5, 2012. com. 2. ” 3. Quoted in Salt Lake Tribune, “Idaho Police: USU Student Texting Before Fatal Crash,” February 9, 2012. com. 4. Quoted in Emiley Morgan, “Death of USU Student in Idaho Points to Risks of Distracted Driving,” Deseret News, January 17, 2012. com. 5. Quoted in Cyrus Farivar, “Talk Is Cheap: Cell Phones Hit Six Billion Worldwide,” ARS Technica, October 11, 2012.