FCC test to measure cell phone radiation flawed, group says
UNITED STATES -- How safe is your cell phone? A report released on Tuesday morning says the government's radiation testing is severely flawed.
The federal government uses a 6-foot-2 man, who weighs 220 pounds, for testing.
The Environmental Health Trust says this raises concerns for women and especially children. They say children's heads actually absorb radiation at a much higher rate.
There are no conclusive studies that show cell phone radiation causes cancer.