Re: quick question
I'm sure you're busy, but if you could respond to my email below, I can
cross this off my list.
On Monday, October 17, 2022 at 2:18 AM, Megan Clark <
After emailing you, I realized this may not be your responsibility and
you're focused on other stuff.
Who's the best person on your team to talk to about this?
Thanks in advance!
On Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 7:49 PM, Megan Clark <
I wanted to check in and see if you got my note about common health risks
while charging your electronic gadgets?
On Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 9:20 AM, Megan Clark <
I noticed you shared an article from FDA.gov when you talked about
common health risks while charging your electronic gadgets, here:
Did you know that there have been stories in the press of people dying
because their phones overcharged and exploded? In fact, we found more than
15 million results when we searched for the term: is overcharging your
So, we put our crack research team on the job and published an article
addressing this commonly held concern. We started with the question of
whether it’s even possible to overcharge your phone. Then we looked at the
best practices in charging, cable management, etc. Lastly, we dug into
these stories of physical injury, and examined whether that’s a risk you
need to worry about.
As you might expect, the headlines are a bit extreme, but there’s a
kernel of truth in the stories, and there are important steps that your
readers should take.
I know it's a big request, but if you like it, would you consider
linking to our article?
Please let me know if you have any questions, and thank you for your
Megan Clark, Editor
5 Ross Rd
Durham, NH 03824
BTW, if you didn't like getting this email, please reply with something
like "please don't email me anymore", and I'll make sure that we don't.
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