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Press release in Germany on the 11th December 2015 10 Medical Mobile Rules (translated from German) Keep calls short and as few as possible - use a landline or write SMS. Children and teenagers under 16 years old should carry cell phones only for emergencies! "Distance is your friend" – keep the phone away from your body. Take advantage of the built-in speakerphone or a headset! Do not keep the phone directly on your body - special caution applies here for pregnant women. In men, mobile phones are a risk to fertility in your pocket. Use the outer coat pocket, a backpack or a purse / handbag to carry it. Do not use in vehicles (car, bus, train) - Without an external antenna, the radiation in the vehicle is higher. Do not use when driving at all. Make calls at home and at work via the fixed network - Internet access via LAN cable (eg via ADSL, VDSL, fiber optic) is not irradiated, is fast and secure data. DECT cordless telephones, WLAN access points, data sticks and LTE Home base stations (Box, Cube et cetera) should be avoided! Work offline and use Airplane mode - for functions such as listening to music, camera, alarm clock, calculator. You do not always need a connection. Fewer apps means less radiation - Minimize the number of apps and disable the most unnecessary background services on your smartphone. Disabling "Mobile services" / "data network mode" turns the smartphone into a conventional cell phone. You can still be reached, but avoid a lot of unnecessary radiation from background data traffic! Avoid making calls in places with poor reception (basement, elevator et cetera) - in such situations the mobile increases its transmission power. Instead use a headset or the speakerphone. Buy mobile phones with a very low SAR value and an external antenna connector if possible. This considers the latest scientific findings.   Poster download on the homepage of the medical Association of Vienna: http://www.aekwien.at/aekmedia/Medizinische-Handy-Regeln.pdf The posters "Beaming information: 10 medical mobile Rules" can be ordered from the Press Office of the Medical Association of Vienna for free - for schools. email:pressestelle@aekwien.at

News Release: Vienna Medical Association publishes safety guidelines for mobile phone usage

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http://www2.aekwien.at/1964.py?Page=1&id_news=8972 Wireless Technology Safety continues to work with leading researchers in understanding best practice for limiting electromagnetic radiation exposure while still using technology to improve life.
Original German text
Press release in Germany on the 11th December 2015 10 Medical Mobile Rules (translated from German) Keep calls short and as few as possible - use a landline or write SMS. Children and teenagers under 16 years old should carry cell phones only for emergencies! "Distance is your friend" – keep the phone away from your body. Take advantage of the built-in speakerphone or a headset! Do not keep the phone directly on your body - special caution applies here for pregnant women. In men, mobile phones are a risk to fertility in your pocket. Use the outer coat pocket, a backpack or a purse / handbag to carry it. Do not use in vehicles (car, bus, train) - Without an external antenna, the radiation in the vehicle is higher. Do not use when driving at all. Make calls at home and at work via the fixed network - Internet access via LAN cable (eg via ADSL, VDSL, fiber optic) is not irradiated, is fast and secure data. DECT cordless telephones, WLAN access points, data sticks and LTE Home base stations (Box, Cube et cetera) should be avoided! Work offline and use Airplane mode - for functions such as listening to music, camera, alarm clock, calculator. You do not always need a connection. Fewer apps means less radiation - Minimize the number of apps and disable the most unnecessary background services on your smartphone. Disabling "Mobile services" / "data network mode" turns the smartphone into a conventional cell phone. You can still be reached, but avoid a lot of unnecessary radiation from background data traffic! Avoid making calls in places with poor reception (basement, elevator et cetera) - in such situations the mobile increases its transmission power. Instead use a headset or the speakerphone. Buy mobile phones with a very low SAR value and an external antenna connector if possible. This considers the latest scientific findings.   Poster download on the homepage of the medical Association of Vienna: http://www.aekwien.at/aekmedia/Medizinische-Handy-Regeln.pdf The posters "Beaming information: 10 medical mobile Rules" can be ordered from the Press Office of the Medical Association of Vienna for free - for schools. email:pressestelle@aekwien.at
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Press release in Germany on the 11th December 2015 10 Medical Mobile Rules (translated from German) Keep calls short and as few as possible - use a landline or write SMS. Children and teenagers under 16 years old should carry cell phones only for emergencies! "Distance is your friend" – keep the phone away from your body. Take advantage of the built-in speakerphone or a headset! Do not keep the phone directly on your body - special caution applies here for pregnant women. In men, mobile phones are a risk to fertility in your pocket. Use the outer coat pocket, a backpack or a purse / handbag to carry it. Do not use in vehicles (car, bus, train) - Without an external antenna, the radiation in the vehicle is higher. Do not use when driving at all. Make calls at home and at work via the fixed network - Internet access via LAN cable (eg via ADSL, VDSL, fiber optic) is not irradiated, is fast and secure data. DECT cordless telephones, WLAN access points, data sticks and LTE Home base stations (Box, Cube et cetera) should be avoided! Work offline and use Airplane mode - for functions such as listening to music, camera, alarm clock, calculator. You do not always need a connection. Fewer apps means less radiation - Minimize the number of apps and disable the most unnecessary background services on your smartphone. Disabling "Mobile services" / "data network mode" turns the smartphone into a conventional cell phone. You can still be reached, but avoid a lot of unnecessary radiation from background data traffic! Avoid making calls in places with poor reception (basement, elevator et cetera) - in such situations the mobile increases its transmission power. Instead use a headset or the speakerphone. Buy mobile phones with a very low SAR value and an external antenna connector if possible. This considers the latest scientific findings.   Poster download on the homepage of the medical Association of Vienna: http://www.aekwien.at/aekmedia/Medizinische-Handy- Regeln.pdf The posters "Beaming information: 10 medical mobile Rules" can be ordered from the Press Office of the Medical Association of Vienna for free - for schools. email:pressestelle@aekwien.at
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