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August 7, 2012 12:00 AM

Government study urges safety review of cellphones

Cellphones — and their use — have come a long way in 16 years. But federal safety standards haven’t budged. Reason enough, according to the Government Accountability Office, to reassess how much radio frequency energy mobile phones should be allowed to emit.

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