Does AirPods cause cancer?
I’ve had my AirPods for a few months and my mother stopped and told me using both AirPods at the same time can cause cancer due to radiation exposure.... as well as the Dove Deodorant, which is an antiperspirant.. says can cause cancer as well.
I’m appreciative of the info, but during research it appears that just about everything can cause cancer,.. even the sun.
Would you go through extra steps to avoid possibly getting cancer? Besides avoiding tobacco, alcohol, and maintaining a healthy diet and exercising...
- JoeLv 55 months ago
Yes. Everything causes cancer. Don't you watch the news ?
- TSM_908Lv 75 months ago
Not proven - ditto for cell phone radiation - however I would say no.
- 5 months ago
What? Unless Surgeon General warnings comes up
- AVDADDYLv 75 months ago
Only if you believe it is so.
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- Anonymous5 months ago
Anything with waves being emitted will do damage through time.
- spacemissingLv 75 months ago
but if you are so worried about it anyway,
don't use such technology.
- G. WhilikersLv 75 months ago
No, they do not cause cancer.
Actively trying to prevent cancer by avoiding things that haven't been proven to cause cancer is like carrying shark repellent 24/7, you know, just in case.
- ArimatthewdaviesLv 75 months ago
Friend cell phones held up to the ear all day and tablets in your lap and electronic contrivances that are within a few inches of you all day long are going to cause you problems maybe cancer maybe no but definitely damage to your retinas the blue light from those screens slowly destroys your retina. Alcohol is essentially the waste product of a yeast cell when you're drinking alcohol you're drinking a little animals P and poo to get high. And as for the deodorant putting microscopic particles of aluminum under your armpits well that's just not smart sure it'll stop the odor by plugging up the pores in your skin with poisonous metal! Think about these things before you do them.
- 5 months ago
Well, having bluetooth in a car effectively turns the car into a microwave due to the bluetooth waves bouncing around inside the car. That hasn't stopped manufacturers from installing bluetooth in cars.
The problem is, too many people who don't know enough about at certain subject get startled and scared when something bad can happen and they don't want it. Using any form of transport can lead to death. Eating can lead to death no matter how healthy the food is as no food has ever prevented someone from dying.
There are certain things that one should avoid, like sleeping with your phone or multiple wireless devices right next to your head. Yes, the radiation produced by a cellphone or AirPods does have an effect on the proteins in your cells but the effect is so minor that it's disregarded. Imagine the amount of radiation, caused by the use of wireless devices, inside the New York Stock Exchange building yet no one seems to be bothered. Don't stress about it. The effect will take years maybe even decades before a health problem will occur from it.