Cell Phones Are Safe
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Cell phones increase personal safety by providing an easy means of contacting others during an emergency.
There are no proven studies that show that cell phones create brain tumors
Even if cellphones are not safe, why just cellphones? Computers, Ipads, TVs, and almost every electronic device with a screen can cause the same health problems as a cell phone.
Most causes of car accidents are not from phones. Less than 1% is from the use of phones while the other 99% is from changing the radio station, eating, drinking, or talking to a passenger while driving.
Almost 56% of people over the age of 65 say that safety is a reason they have a cell phone.
Students know they shouldn’t use their cell phones in school to play Angry Birds, or listen to music, or text their friends about the quiz they just took. Phones and tablets should be used responsibly and for educational purposes. Students could do research for English papers, or download an app that provides extra information on one of the chemical elements in the periodic table. When necessary, teachers could combat cheating by making students put their phones on “airplane mode” or any mode that will not allow them to send/receive any messages or use the Internet. Whenever there is a test, teachers can make students put their mobile devices in the front of the classroom until the test is over.