SPOTLIGHT: Handsets don't effect hospital equipment

Despite years of doubt as to the purported interference of mobile phones on hospital equipment, hospitals worldwide are only now beginning to ease off on the ban. A hospital in Singapore is now allowing its staff to carry mobile phones after determining through tests that mobile phone use had no impact on the equipment. Although the conservative attitude is understandable considering the circumstances, most would agree it took too long. Blog

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