Finding that you need to shave one side of your face less often than the other? Read on…

A non-profit research and advocacy group called Environmental Working Group has conducted tests on over  a 1000 cell phones in order to record and report radiation levels emitted from the phones during use. The picture above is somewhat scary, but I’m assuming that if the radiation was a significant problem that we have to worry about, the FCC would not allow these products onto the market. Or, they would be  more strict on which devices enter the market, therefore denying approval to those which score badly on radiation emissions. But they don’t, so I think we’re good. Just something to think about if you are an over the top excessive cell phone user.
Below is a list of the 10 ten best and worst phones for radiation emissions. You can make your way over to the group’s page for a full list. (My Blackberry Storm comes in at 12th best on the list…where is your phone?)

10 best phones
  1. Samsung Impression (SGH-a877)
  2. Motorola RAZR V8
  3. Samsung SGH-t229
  4. Samsung Rugby (SGH-a837)
  5. Samsung Propel Pro (SGH-i627)
  6. Samsung Gravity (SGH-t459)
  7. T-Mobile Sidekick
  8. LG Xenon (GR500)
  9. Motorola Karma QA1
  10. Sanyo Katana II
10 worst phones
  1. Motorola MOTO VU204
  2. T-Mobile myTouch 3G
  3. Kyocera Jax S1300
  4. Blackberry Curve 8330
  5. Motorola W385
  6. T-Mobile Shadow
  7. Motorola C290
  8. Motorola i335
  9. Motorola MOTO VE240
  10. Blackberry Bold 9000



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