May as well, right? Maybe not…
Well, it's hard to know where to stand with this, but here's the story. The World Health Organization says that they have found enough evidence to say that cell phone use can be categorized as "possibly carcinogenic to humans."
CNN reports that they classify it as they do lead, engine exhaust and chloroform, but they add that the cellphone industry says that evidence remains inconclusive (go figure).
Still, the cellphone industry is going to say what they're going to say and the World Health Organization is going to say what they're going to say. Right now, we have no friggin' clue. It's like the iPhone 5, we just don't know.
Still, we've been through this before. Cellphones causing health problems is old news as is butter and margarine and hot dogs and carrots and anything else people consume. We figure living in fear of food and our phone is not a great way to live. Still, if you want to be safe, just remember to text instead of call. Except when you're driving. That can kill you faster than cancer, and there is no way you will be able to fault the other person involved if someone finds out you were using your phone.