On this morning I did it again. And I did it even after talking with Kelly Thomas Boyers the day before.
Most of us are guilty of it to some extent.
When I met Christine Wunderlin three years ago, her left arm had swelled to about twice the size of her right.
For years, he said, scientists have been studying — basically in relation to brain cancer — the form of energy given off by cellphones known as radiofrequency waves, a type of nonionizing radiation that the International Agency for Research on Cancer has classified as “possibly carcinogenic to humans.”