It’s 2018 and nearly everyone in a developed country owns a smartphone. In fact, it’s pretty difficult to go without one these days, given how integrated they are into virtually every facet of one’s life. Yet, while this societal obsession is often discussed in the context of how human interaction is changing, there is far less awareness of the potentially damaging effects of the radiation that these phones emit. To an extent, this is due to the lack of concrete evidence showing that cell phone radiation is harmful. Nevertheless, given that most people go the whole day with a phone in their pockets and fall asleep with their phones under their pillows, more attention should perhaps be paid to their potential dangers.