This one worth reading.. to share it with all of you....
This morning I heard a sad real story from my colleague.
She told me one of her friend always miscarriage when the baby 2-3 months old for few times continuously in few years time. The couple went to check with many doctors and lastly one of the doctor check on the death baby and found out the baby's body cells keep dying when baby growing up until he/she cannot be survived.
This is because her uterus has been affected by HANDPHONE radiation . The doctor told she has no chance to get baby no matter how because the radiotion affected her uterus which the major portion of her uterus cells already death, cannot carry healthy baby. All this because of she has been keeping her handphone in her working jacket which the position just right to the uterus positon for few years time. Please beware and take note the consequences is not worth.
Dearest family members,
Please do not overlook the handphone radiation which will affect our health or body organs. Please put away your handphone when ever you don't need it much .
Guys, Please do not keep your handphone near to the kidney position and pants pocket as this will hurt and affect your "production" if you plan to get baby.
The other doctor also advice another friend to keep away handphone to her new born baby to avoid radiotion to baby's brain and cells. Do not let the baby or toddler play with the handphone for long time. This is because the small young baby or toddler still very fragile and most probably they cannot take the radiotion.
Please remind yourself do not sleep together with your handphone or put next to your bed. Keep away any other electronic goods (such as tv also) which got radiotion away from your bedroom to reduce risk as we have to sleep few hours a day in our bedroom at night. Do not think that you switch off the TV it will be no radiation actually it is still around in your room just not eyes visible, even the small alarm clock not to be advised to put just next to your head while sleeping.
Care about yourself & your loved ones.