Although the mobile phone study linking use to brain cancer was criticised as being flawed, leader author Professor Elisabeth Cardis, said: 'We can't just conclude that there is no effect. Using a mobile phone for just half an hour a day could raise the risk of brain cancer by up to 40 per cent, a controversial study has suggested.
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Is prolonged talking on the cell phone harmful?
Nonetheless, this post is not jumping back onto that topic, that was for the other thread. We haven't even been on the formal first date yet be there in a couple daysbut we have spent an immense amount of time texting and talking. Last night, we spent five and a half hours talking on the phone, no breaks and talking about everything.
From random things, to more personal stuff. And there were no dead stretches. Really enjoyable. I am posting this because I found this to be ridiculously long for me, anyway.
From this, I would like to know if others have shared the same experience, because for me, it's a first. Hell no. But, to be fair, when my then gf quit college, I would talk to her every day during the week about hours.
And yesterday, we celebrated year 12 of marriage. Originally Posted by Ocuri. It went by really fast Didn't feel like 5 and a half hours at all. Ended up going to sleep at am though. Paying for it today but I think it was worth it in the end though.
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I don't see that in my case. At least not at the moment. The dependent part anyway. Yup, yup, yup!!! I've been in your boat!
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My high school sweetheart and I could talk all night long and literally did a few times - we both fell asleep with the phones to our ears and call still connected! Fast forward. I do currently have someone in my life of the opposite gender I can do that same thing with now.
Our phone conversations do go for hours and the time flies without even realizing it. But, even more of a marathon when we actually get a chance to hang out we live on opposities sides of the state. Can usually sit down and talk for hours at a time, only interrupting because its time to head home - not because we ran out of conversation.
There are just some people we are fortunate enough to have in our lives that we just really hit it off with.
Enjoy and cherish what you have -- it doesn't come around very often! I think that talking that much on the phone in the beginning of the relationship is normal and fine. You are both just getting to know each other.
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