Hidden Cell-Phone Risk!

Apr 16, 2013 at 4:26pm | Leave a comment

This has nothing to do with that nice product that that nice company
sent me yesterday, the one that is meant to help protect from
cell-phone radiation and which I gifted (yucky verb) to Madeline
because I yuckily didn't like the way it looked and felt on my phone.

This is a warning, sent from my doctor's bathroom, not to (after said
doc has asked you to remain still) reach for your phone (as soon as
doc has left the exam room) in order to fit a little work in between
blood being drawn and vitamin formula injected. You will blow out the
vein and then make doctor have to puncture you again two times on that
arm and twice in the other arm looking for another vein to use. (I do
not mind being punctured like this at all, but felt bad for the time I
cost the doctor -- would that be considered co-dependent?)

Also: Do you know that veins are so smart at protecting against
attacks that once you have poked through one, all the nearby ones get
jumpier? Not having been an IV drug user, I didn't know that.

Back to: What, if anything, do you smarties use to protect yourself
from radiation from all these devices? I'm looking for the right
thing. Thanks in advance! And thanks for reading through my bathroom
ramblingness.

Posted in Jane's Phone

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