Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Mobile phones and iPods can kill, doctors warn
There should be some kind of law that makes people show risk assesments for this type of story.
Anything which doctors warn should kill should compare the likelihood of being killed by the new warning story with the likelihood of being killed crossing the road in London.
I strongly suspect that the chances of being killed by an unlucky combination of mobile phone combined with lightning would be slightly less almost anything. You're far more likely to die of hypochondria than you are of this.