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  • Switch off the cordless phone (handset and base) and the wi-fi router at night if you have them.
  • Try only to use your mobile phone with a headset or on speaker phone mode or  plugged into an external aerial in the car
  • Keep a few metres away from children and pregnant women when using a mobile phone
  • If using a mobile phone when pregnant, keep it as far away from the baby as possible and switch off whenever possible
  • Turn off your mobile phone when there's low signal, like on the tube or in a basement, as it "powers up" when it can't find a signal
  • In pregnancy, both the pelvic structure and amniotic fluids promote the deep penetration of microwaves, which can be easily absorbed by the fetus.
  • Use the mobile phone with the lowest available SAR rating

 

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