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What Are the Dangers of Bluetooth Headsets?

Bluetooth Headset The two primary dangers associated with Bluetooth device use are radiation and automobile accidents. While the danger of radiation poisoning from these devices is minuscule, research shows that the perceived safety of using a Bluetooth headset as a hands-free alternative while driving can be dangerous, as this does not appear to lead to a decrease in auto accidents. Therefore, one should be cautious when choosing to use a Bluetooth headset behind the wheel, as the primary danger to one's health from using these devices is not from the devices themselves, but rather the distraction they can cause.

What is Bluetooth?

Bluetooth is a technology designed to wirelessly connect two electronic devices so that they may pass information between one another. Most commonly, this technology is used to connect a cell phone or PDA to a wireless speaker and microphone so that the user may place a phone call without holding on to the telephone device.

Bluetooth Radiation Dangers

A good deal of research has been done in the field of Bluetooth radiation dangers to humans, and the general consensus is that the 800MHz to 2 GHz radiation output of a Bluetooth earpiece device is negligible to users. According to Research in Motion (RIM, maker of Blackberry devices), holding a cellular phone to one's ear produces an output of 0.25 watts per kg, whereas, according to researchers at the Queen's University in Belfast, a similarly positioned Bluetooth device will only produce an output of 0.001 watts per kg.

Driving While Using a Bluetooth Device

As of 2010, in the United States six states and the District of Colombia completely ban drivers from using phones without a so-called "hands-free device" (typically a Bluetooth headset), and an additional 15 states ban the use of cell phones without a hands-free device for "novice" drivers. However, according to a National Safety Council report issued in 2010, using a hands-free device while talking on the phone in a car is irrelevant to the likelihood of having an accident. According to Janet Froetscher, CEO of the National Safety Council, driving while talking on a cell phone increases a driver's risk of an accident by four times. In 2003, the Harvard Center of Risk Analysis estimated that six percent of automobile crashes were a result of drivers talking on their cell phones, resulting in 12,000 serious injuries, 2,600 fatalities, and total costs of $43 billion.

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