Reduce Cell Phone Radiation with Pong

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Do you worry about radiation from cell phones? Do your teens spend so much time on their cell phones that you especially worry about the radiation that they are receiving? If you said yes to either of these, you should check out Pong, an iPhone or Blackberry case that reduces radiation to the user (cases for other mobile phones are upcoming).

Pong works by redirecting the radiation emitted by your cell phone away from your head. Your cell phone antenna emits radiation in all directions. The Pong technology traps the radiative energy and moves the signal and its hazardous radiation through the Pong case and away from its user. Pong is the only case tested by FCC-certified laboratories to reduce cell phone radiation while maintaining full signal strength.

It is also important to note that children’s brains are more vulnerable to cell phone radiation than those of adults. This is because their skulls are softer, their heads are smaller and they are in rapid development, and therefore more susceptible to neurological interference.

I met with a representative of Pong at the Consumer Electronic Show this past week and he provided me with a free case to review. Obviously I can’t test the radiation reduction. However, I can say that teens will like this case. It is soft and rubbery and easy to get on and off and will also protect from breakage and comes in black or green. And I know that I will feel much better with my son (who lives on his phone) using the Pong case. Cell phones are still relatively new in the scheme of things and who knows what damage might occur from them in the future.

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