Use and Misuse of Mobile Phones

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With The advent of new technology and loaded with benefit in cell phone, the mass use of cell increases rapidly.  The use of cell phones dramatically become a new age of convenience for billions of people around the world. The World, in particular, the developing countries like us, India, are benefiting from a wireless revolution that is connecting people in far-flung towns, suburbs, and villages — many are the first time user. With India adding more than six million cell phone subscribers a month, analysts expect that nearly half of India’s 1.1 billion people will be connected by cell phone by 2010. (Washington Post)  Back in 1980, the number of cell phones in the world was mere 11.2 million— or just two cell phones per 1,000 people. (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas) An extra ten mobile phones per 100 people in a typical developing country leads to an additional 0.44 percentage points of growth in GDP per person. (London Business School) A new market study from Portio Research predicts that 50% of the world’s population will be using a cell phone by the end of 2009, and Africa now boasts the fastest growth rate in the world, forecast to add 265 million new mobile subscribers over the next 6 years. Among the top 25 growth markets ranking list (2006-2011) there are a few surprises. India wins the top spot, just ahead of China, and almost equally in 3rd place is Brazil, Indonesia and Nigeria, but the real surprises start in 6th place with the U.S. mobile market tipped to grow by almost 66 million net additions from the start of 2006 to the end of 2011. This puts volume growth in the U.S. ahead of fast developing markets such as Pakistan, Mexico and the Ukraine. Russia is positioned lower than some may expect, in 11th place, below Iran and Bangladesh, while Japan appears in 18th place, with a predicted 14 million net subscriber additions by 2011, surprisingly placing above South Africa and Venezuela. (Courtesy  

Cell phones now become a necessity world wide. Too much of every thing is bad. People are so addicted to their cell phone that it becomes habit for many. From getting up from bed to exit to bed at night every body need it. I recently saw a movie where the leading lady chased by goons, in her hide place she recognized by her chaser when accidentally her phone bangs,  This also comes in handy in real life too.  I heard a hurricane where lots of people buried in mud and collapsed wall of building, but a person beneath the wall able send his relatives to rescue him. He was able to send message for his rescue and his life saved.  There were days only a few people could afford a cell phone, but now even a banana vender can afford it. The competition among the manufactures and operator made the consumer happy to buy cell phone of his choice.  Recent terrorist attack on our city on last January, the cell phone / satellite phone come handy with the terrorists.  

The alarming use of cell phone can has a health impact. The September issue of the journal of Craniofacial Surgery revealed that “Wearing a cell phone on your belt may lead to decrease bone density in the area of pelvis”. I  

Dr, Tolga Atay and team of Suleyman Demirel U sparta, Turkey, believe that long –term exposer to electromagnetic fields from cell phone could weaken the bone to such an extent the out come of surgical procedure, which use bone grafts from that area. These are some research article that I came through net will help your knowledge deep. Dr. Vini Khurana, a neurosurgeon, has released an extensive study claiming that cell phone radiation is more dangerous to our health than smoking or asbestos. His study claims that exposure for 10 years or more can double a person’s risk of getting brain cancer.  Cell Phone Use Reduces Sperm Count in Men. Male Infertility, Cell-Phone Use May Be Linked, By Patrick Donahue (Read Original Article) Every Lining Light has a darkest Cloud. As we have to enjoy the benefit, we do have to proper use and...
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