• Essay
    Disadvantages of mobile phone In this era, the prosperity of advance technology is blossoming like mushrooms growing in the back yard. Meanwhile, invented in 1973 by Martin Cooper, mobile phones nowadays are becoming one of the most popular pieces of technology and nearly everyone own a cell phone. Nonetheless...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of mobile phone
    Cell phones are a great invention and a popular way to communicate---half of all Americans and Europeans use one. They allow us to work on the go and stay in touch. When put in the hands of a teenager, however, they can have some effects of which adults should be aware. Read more: http://www.ehow...
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  • The Postive and Negative Social, Educational and Health Effects of Cell Phones on Teenagers
    THE POSTIVE AND NEGATIVE SOCIAL, EDUCATIONAL AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF CELL PHONES ON TEENAGERS By Agshin Alizada For the course HSB 4MI Presented to Miss Dahl BLUEVALE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Table of Contents Page 1.0 Introduction 3 2.0 Discussion ...
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  • harmful effects in cellphone usage
    HARMFUL AND DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS IN CELLPHONE USAGE In recent years, mobile telecommunication systems have grown significantly, to the point where more than a sixth of the world’s population uses mobile phones. By the end of 2004, more than a billion subscribers across more than 200 countries were...
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  • Impact of Mobile
    Impact The mobile phone has not only made an impact on our society, it has made a crater. This technology has not just changed our daily lives, it has also changed many aspects of our culture. Fashion It has brought a tremendous change in the world of fashion had found a permanent place in clothing...
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    TITLE PAGE Effects of Computers and Mobile Phones in our Lives A Term Paper Presented to Jocelyn Rovie N. Salo St. Mary's School In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements in English 4 by Kimberly Gail G. Javier ...
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  • adverse effects of mobile phone use
    Thomée et al. BMC Public Health 2011, 11:66 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/11/66 RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Mobile phone use and stress, sleep disturbances, and symptoms of depression among young adults - a prospective cohort study Sara Thomée1*, Annika Härenstam2, Mats Hagberg1 ...
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  • Media
    Positive and Negative Aspects of Media in My Personal Life Media:-The dictionary defines media as all the means of communication, as newspapers, radio, and TV that provide the public with news, entertainment, etc., usually along with advertising. Essentially, that means almost anything can be media...
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  • causes and efffects
    Causes and effects of the popularity of the mobile phone Due to the boundless creativeness of mankind, the days are gone when they used letters and pigeons to communicate with each other. Instead, a new way of communication which uses a new high-tech called mobile phones is well received among people...
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  • Effects of Cellphone
    deeply rooted in this stage of education. A mobile phone (also called mobile, cellular telephone, or cell phone) is an electronic device used for two-way radio telecommunication over a cellular network of base stations known as cell sites. Mobile phones differ from cordless telephones, which only offer...
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  • Mobiles
    Under ‘Mobile Phone Disadvantage #2 – Negative Health Effects’, there was mention of the ‘abundance of dead brain cells’ that the researchers found 50 days after 2 hours of exposure to mobile phone microwave radiation. In a 2003 paper, the researchers emphasized their concern about the impact of microwave...
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  • essay
    The effect of mobile phone radiation on human health is the subject of recent interest and study, as a result of the enormous increase in mobile phone usage throughout the world. As of November 2011, there were more than 6 billion subscriptions worldwide.[1] Mobile phones use electromagnetic radiation...
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  • Issues in Business Management and Economics
    2013 Available online at http://www.journalissues.org/journals-home.php?id=2 © 2013 Journal Issues Original Research Paper The adoption of mobile phone: How has it changed us socially? Accepted 7 July , 2013 Augustine Addo Institute of Entrepreneurship and Finance, Department of Entrepreneurship ...
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    NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF CELL PHONE ON 4TH YEAR STUDENTS By Alcaraz, Romeo Bolante, John Wency Calida, Paul Jhon Menorca, Jon Soriano Clint Tom A thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirements in 4th Grading Period in Rizal Institute Canlubang I ...
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  • Cell Phones
    Cell phones are in everywhere now. Many countries and so do people use cell phones and now it became a thing that they need the most. Nowadays cellphones are very important so they can’t live without it. Also smart phones are important, it has internet and navigations and so many smart things. The first...
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  • Social Media Affect on Kids
    Version As cell phone use continues to grow in young, tech-savvy generations, so does the investigation of it's negative effects. In a study conducted by a German research team in 2002, it was found that almost 40% of all 9-10 year olds in Germany owned their own cell phone; and that was 11 years...
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  • Cell Phones in Society
    Cell Phones in American Society By: Nick Levatino Cell phones are a key essential for almost everybody today living in the twenty first century. Cell phones have effected American society in many positive ways, but also many negative ways. Cell phones and its industry has...
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  • Influence of mobile on health. Attitude & behavior on new generation
     Influence of mobile on health. Attitude & behavior on new generation Introduction: Back Ground: Mobile phones provide an interesting example of a source of risk to health which may be largely non-existent but which cannot be totally dismissed. Such risks, when possibly serious and with long-term...
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    Mobile Phone Disadvantage #1 – An Unsafe Safety Standard Mobile Phone Disadvantage #2 – Negative Health Effects Mobile Phone Disadvantage #3 – Cause of Infertility in Man In case you have not read the first part Unsafe Safety Standard: Mobile phones transmit and receive Radio Frequency (RF)...
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  • Report
    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...
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