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TO:Name, Director of Institute of Occupational Safety and Health FROM:Name, Manager of Institute of Occupational Safety and Health DATE:1 July 2013
SUBJECT:Report on mobile phones – problems, benefits and solutions

INTRODUCTION
Mobile phones have become one of the greatest achievements of technology in today’s world. It helps to create an informative, connected, innovative, creative, participative and converging society. Nowadays, it is a common scene to see everyone walking around with their noses buried in their mobile phones. This report has been written because there has been a massive increase in the usage of mobile phones among the young ones and older folks over the years and there is an indication it will continue to increase. The objectives of the report are to identify the problems of mobile phones, analyze the advantages and disadvantages of mobile phones and evaluate its recommendations to resolve the problems outlined. FINDINGS

1.0 Mobile phones are rapidly developing and evolving these days. Due to its swift evolutions, mobile phones have become increasingly important. A boon for better communication, mobile phone usage nonetheless has many health hazards.

1.1 It is believed that the use of mobile phones may lead to a higher risk of brain cancer. It is said that the mobile phone radiation increases the risks of brain tumors as mobile phone acts as a microwave transmitter. Microwave promotes rapid cell aging. Hence, the mobile phone radiation will cause cancerous cells in the body to grow aggressively if mobile phones users use their cell phones continuously for long hours. In addition, the radiation emitted out is able to damage brain cells and trigger early Alzheimer. 1.2 Infertility is another major concern of the society which may be caused by mobile phones. Many studies have been done and it was reported that sperm counts and quality might be damaged by the radiation emitted from mobile phones. The outcomes of the experiments...