This post sought to debunk common misconceptions and belief about your mobile phone.
Myth #1: Charging every day reduces phone's battery life.
This is only true to older phone models which use obsolete type of batteries (e.g. NiMH, NiCd). Most mobile phones nowadays use Li-Ion (Polymer) type of batteries, so you need not to undermine of charging your phone almost everyday.
The current and electromagnetic field produced by your phone is little too weak to ignite fire. Thus, the belief that mobile phone can create fire is false. The warnings we used to see in gas station or user manuals are just suggestions in order to not to end up your day feeling sorry -- it's precautionary measure.
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Myth #4: Mobile phones may fry one's brain.
Your head is most likely to warm when you're talking to dumb people. The heat produced by mobile phones is too low -- no sufficient evidence can support the claim that cellular phones do fry one's brain.
Myth #5: Too much exposure of cellphone can cause infertility among men.
Calling all the attention of men out there who used to carry their phones in their pockets or belts: you are still as capable as a middle eastern stud! As of the now there's no hard scientific proof that mobile phone can reduce one's manhood.