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STEPHEN FRAZIER, CNN ANCHOR: Good evening, everyone.
Welcome to NEWSSTAND on a day a concerned public may finally have gotten the ear of the cell phone industry.
NATALIE ALLEN, CNN ANCHOR: Cell phones are increasingly the preferred way to stay in touch. In an about- face, the cell phone industry has agreed to publish information on the amount of microwave energy that enters a person's head from cell phones.
FRAZIER: The World Health Organization, while calling for more research, has said there's no proof cell phones are health risks.
But because children's skulls are thinner, British officials recently recommended kids limit their conversations on cell phones.