Apple responded! Bluetooth headset is carcinogenic? The truth is...
By email@example.com Mar 19, 2019
The news that Bluetooth headsets may cause cancer hasrecently caused heated debate. Is this true? Apple responded and listened tothe advice of experts and doctors!
Apple responds "Bluetooth headset may causecancer"
Recently, it is reported that Apple AirPods (BluetoothWireless Headset) may cause cancer.
Apple customer service said that for third-party rumorsand news reports, not responsible for accuracy, you can rest assured to useAirPods products, do not worry about radiation problems.
Apple said to Chinanews.com, "Apple customer servicenews is basically true."
what's the problem?
According to Chinanews.com, foreign media reported on the13th that recently, 250 scientists from 40 countries around the world signed ajoint letter to WHO, pointing out that the public should be cautioned to usewireless communication equipment including Bluetooth and WIFI. And called onrelevant units to establish prevention and treatment norms.
According to the British "Daily Mail" report,Joel Moskowitz, professor of public health at the University of California atBerkeley, said that because of the lower frequency of electromagnetic waves inBluetooth headsets, it may weaken the barrier of the blood vessel wall of thebrain, and the walls of the blood vessels are blocked. Chemical toxins invadevital organs in the body.
The report also specifically named Apple's wirelessBluetooth headset AirPods, saying that people put Airpods into their ears,quite close to the brain, which may increase the risk of cancer.
However, although the report cited experts' concernsabout the carcinogenicity of AirPods, the joint letters submitted by thescientists did not directly name AirPods, but expressed concern about thepotential risks of “non-free electromagnetic field (EMF) technology”. However,all Bluetooth devices currently use this technology.
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