Saturday, December 10, 2011

Giving Your Child a Cell Phone or iPad This Holiday? -- Product Your Children from Cellular Radiation Exposure With the Use of a Pong Case (Review)

Are you thinking about giving a child a new or hand-me-down cell phone or iPad this Christmas?  If so, what will you do to reduce cellular radiation they are exposed to when using your mobile devices?  What, you didn’t know that “children absorb twice as much radiation from cell phones as adults do and more than FCC guidelines permit.”  This startling finding was included in an article published last month in the scientific journal, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine.  
Now that you know this?  What can you do about it?  Well, thanks to a new patented case developed by scientists out of MIT, Princeton, UCLA and Harvard, the Pong cases have been scientifically proven in independent, FCC-certified labs to reduce cellular radiation by up to 95% below the FCC target. They’re also great looking and come in a bunch of fun colors! (See below)

Here’s why putting a child’s device in a Pong case is so important:
- Most vulnerable are a child’s brain, eyes and bone marrow, which can absorb as much as 10 times the amount of radiation an adult’s body does.
- These findings come just 4 months after the World Health Organization classified cell phone radiation as a potential carcinogen based on a large, global research study.
Placing a child’s device in a Pong case is an easy (they snap on and off), affordable ($49.99-$99.99 at and important (proven effective) step to take when giving a child a cell phone or iPad. 

And, with all those fun apps available that parents download to keep kids busy, no one is thinking about the harm in just handing over a mobile device without a Pong cover on it.  Now, that I have read the report and saw data and material to back up these findings, I will definitely keep our iPad in a Pong case, when my daughter is playing with it.  And, just to provide us from unnecessary radiation exposure, I leave it in the Pong case. So, what are you waiting for?  Go pick up a Pong case today for all your mobile devices that are compatible with a Pong case. It is the least you can do to protect yourself and your children from unnecessary radiation exposure.
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Pong cases fit a variety of iPhones, BlackBerrys and Android phones as well as the iPad and iPad 2, are available in a variety of colors and styles and have been designed and tested to work anywhere in the world. For more information, visit

About Pong Research Corporation
Founded in 2011, Pong is the world’s leading maker of cell phone and iPad cases that protect smart phone and tablet users from the wireless device radiation that the World Health Organization classified in 2011 as a possible carcinogen. Developed by scientists out of Princeton, Harvard, UCLA and MIT, Pong cases have been tested and proven in FCC-certified labs to reduce the level of exposure to wireless device radiation by up to 95% below the target set by the FCC. Pong embeds in each case a patented and proprietary technology that redirects and redistributes the cell phone radiation that would otherwise be absorbed by the user’s head and body. Easy to put on and take off.
About Cell Phone Radiation
In May 2011, the World Health Organization (WHO) classified cell phone radiation as “possibly carcinogenic to humans.” The WHO based its findings on a large, international study coordinated by the International Agency for Research on Cancer that showed an increased risk of a certain type of brain tumor called glioma from regular use of cell phones – defined in the study as 1,640 hours or more of cumulative use. In consumer terms, that equates to slightly less than a half hour of daily use over a 10-year period.  Adding to the evidence is a separate 2011 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), which found that 50 minutes of cell phone use affected brain activity in the area nearest to the phone. Concerns about SAR have led the FCC to impose strict SAR limits on cell phones and tablets and mandate that Apple, Blackberry and other cellular device makers warn consumers not to put their cell phone directly against their head or body when using it. Unbeknownst to most consumers, these warnings can be found in all cellular device manuals. Suggestions on how to limit exposure to cell phone radiation, such as texting, using the speaker, or turning the cell phone off when not in use, are not always possible or practical. In addition, the FCC warns against the use of products that claim to shield or block cell phone radiation because they can actually increase the user’s radiation exposure. Making matters worse, shields can also negatively impact a device’s performance.

Disclosure: I was sent a sample from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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