How dangerous is bluetooth in cars - health concerns about cancer etc?


mio

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My car have bluetooth lock and lock from my smartphone via app, i guess blue tooth from the car emits all the time.
how dangerous is this for my and my life, health concerns will it lead to cancer, i dont use or have car bluetooth stereo, only for lock and unlock my car fro my smartphone to my car?
 

JRsmoothee

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it causes severe brain tumors, low sperm count, enlarged male breasts, anal leakage, ruptured prostate.....im sure more people will chime in with more symptoms
 
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hispls

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Can i receive some real answers not some jokes.
What do you want from us? Not like we're doctors or medical researchers here. Google search "risks of bluetooth" or "bluetooth and cancer correlation" and I'm sure you will find every answer from wear a foil hat to it's perfectly harmless... the truth is likely somewhere in between.
 

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the downside of the internet... 7 year olds keep starting all these conspiracy stories on twitter and facebook, and the adults keep falling for it

i wish i was a kid again

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A) All the sarcastic responses should show you how concerned others are with health issues caused by bluetooth. B) If you don't have any bluetooth devices, odds are roughly 100% that you will encounter other people's bluetooth devices throughout your day. C) Are you also afraid of am/fm waves? D) My personal opinion based on experience: I was a 14J... our radars scan 40km (unclassified) in every direction and are powered by a 10kw generator. Bluetooth transmits 20 feet at best and is generally powered by a cell phone battery. Which do you think is more likely to give us cancer? Do you think you aren't in range of any aircraft radars?

Are you worried about police radar/laser? Garage door openers? Television remote controls? The list goes on. Hopefully you can appreciate why you are getting bullshit answers given your bullshit question.

But the porn addiction thing is real.
 

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What do you want from us? Not like we're doctors or medical researchers here. Google search "risks of bluetooth" or "bluetooth and cancer correlation" and I'm sure you will find every answer from wear a foil hat to it's perfectly harmless... the truth is likely somewhere in between.
Beat me to it. Asking a car audio forum about the risks of bluetooth is like asking a medical advice forum about the best brand of alternator.
 

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It is a valid question, but as some have said we are exposed to multiple sources of radiation throughout the day, and some are stronger than others. Even in your home you are exposed to EMR Electro Magnetic Radiation and so many devices can affect this EMR reading, e.g. wifi, cellphone, laptop, PC, 5g, microwave...etc. All you can do is reduce your exposure to these devices and not use them. So for your car just opt to not use BT and stick with a wired connection. Also 5g does cause corona ;)
 

huberoy123

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My car have bluetooth lock and lock from my smartphone via app, i guess blue tooth from the car emits all the time.
how dangerous is this for my and my life, health concerns will it lead to cancer, i dont use or have car bluetooth stereo, only for lock and unlock my car fro my smartphone to my car?
Bluetooth devices emit low levels of nonionizing radiation. Exposure to low amounts of this type of radiation is not harmful to humans. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), routine exposure to nonionizing radiation is “generally perceived as harmless to humans.”
 

Radiospank

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Bluetooth devices emit low levels of nonionizing radiation. Exposure to low amounts of this type of radiation is not harmful to humans. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), routine exposure to nonionizing radiation is “generally perceived as harmless to humans.”
this sounds so comforting and I want to believe like a good boy, but I don’t trust government nor there biased studies in the FDA. There is plenty of research to show that there are changes on a cellular level when exposed to BT, depending on the strength level of course but these Consumer BT devices emit enough power to cause cells to change. Believe in whatever makes you feel safe, ignorance is bliss 👐
 
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huberoy123

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this sounds so comforting and I want to believe like a good boy, but I don’t trust government nor there biased studies in the FDA. There is plenty of research to show that there are changes on a cellular level when exposed to BT, depending on the strength level of course but these Consumer BT devices emit enough power to cause cells to change. Believe in whatever makes you feel safe, ignorance is bliss 👐
So is denying the "Science." We have to wait for further studies.........
 
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Jeffdachef

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this sounds so comforting and I want to believe like a good boy, but I don’t trust government nor there biased studies in the FDA. There is plenty of research to show that there are changes on a cellular level when exposed to BT, depending on the strength level of course but these Consumer BT devices emit enough power to cause cells to change. Believe in whatever makes you feel safe, ignorance is bliss 👐
its all inconclusive research from weak sources vs pubmed resources from accredited universities. Keep the tin foil hat on since everything in existence is out to kill us with that mentality while the human average lifespan is increasing every decade.
 

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its all inconclusive research from weak sources vs pubmed resources from accredited universities. Keep the tin foil hat on since everything in existence is out to kill us with that mentality while the human average lifespan is increasing every decade.
lol ok I’ll just take what jeffdachief from Caraudio.com said for proof. Do you have any idea about research and what it entails? Just because someone did a study from an “accredited” university doesn’t mean it paints the whole picture, but rather one that is bound by constraints amongst other things. Again calling out those that are cautious with “tinfoil hat” crew just shows your ignorance and maturity. luckily this is the Internet where Trolls live and I came to play;)
 

Jeffdachef

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lol ok I’ll just take what jeffdachief from Caraudio.com said for proof. Do you have any idea about research and what it entails? Just because someone did a study from an “accredited” university doesn’t mean it paints the whole picture, but rather one that is bound by constraints amongst other things. Again calling out those that are cautious with “tinfoil hat” crew just shows your ignorance and maturity. luckily this is the Internet where Trolls live and I came to play;)

i'd trust accredited sources on done a large sample size and collective researches done and published on pubmed over tin foil claims of a "bigger picture" from a random on the internet any day.







 

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