December 7, 2011

Just in time for the holidays: A cell phone and iPad case proven to reduce cellular radiation

If your children are anything like mine, they are all about the latest electronics this holiday season.  From cell phones, to iPads, and beyond, most children either use or own a device of their own.  These electronics are great for keeping track of the kids, playing games while traveling, and even assisting with studies; however we often forget about the troubles they can cause to our children's health.

If you are thinking about getting your child a cell phone or iPad, or they already have one, I highly recommend checking into Pong Research for a protective case.  

Developed by scientists out of MIT, Princeton, UCLA and Harvard, Pong cases have been scientifically proven in independent, FCC-certified labs to reduce cellular radiation by up to 95% below the FCC target.  They’re also great looking and come in a bunch of fun colors!

 Here’s why putting a child’s device in a Pong case is so important:

-   An article published last month in the scientific journal, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, reported that children absorb twice as much radiation from cell phones as adults do and more than FCC guidelines permit.

-  Most vulnerable are a child’s brain, eyes and bone marrow, which can absorb as much as 10 times the amount of radiation an adult’s body does.

-   These findings come just 4 months after the World Health Organization classified cell phone radiation as a potential carcinogen based on a large, global research study.
Placing a child’s device in a Pong case is an easy (they snap on and off), affordable ($49.99-$99.99 at and important (proven effective) step to take when giving a child a cell phone or iPad. 

Pong cases can be purchased at

Pong Research can also be found on Facebook. Be sure to "like" their page at  This will ensure you get the latest updates of special promotions, new product introductions and more.   

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