Eleven independent scientists spent three days at Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, discussing the study , which was done by the National Toxicology Program of the US Department of Health and Human Services and ranks among the largest conducted of the health effects of mobile phone radiation. Not one major news organisation in the US or Europe reported this scientific news. But then, news coverage of mobile phone safety has long reflected the outlook of the wireless industry. For a quarter of a century now, the industry has been orchestrating a global PR campaign aimed at misleading not only journalists, but also consumers and policymakers about the actual science concerning mobile phone radiation.
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With each passing day, cell phone usage around the world expands. At the same time, evidence continues to mount against cell phone safety. Scientists caution that the blind rush to declare cell phones safe may likely bring disastrous results. Blaming inadequate research and too many studies slanted towards the cellular industry's financial interests, the truth remains hidden.
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A new study finds that teens who get more exposure to cell-phone radiation — and hold their phones on the right — do worse on one type of memory test. Teenagers who talk on the phone a lot, and hold their cell phones up to their right ears, score worse on one type of memory test. That memory impairment might be one side-effect of the radiation that phones use to keep us connected while we're on the go. Nearly Swiss teens took part in a test of figural memory.
Smartphones changed our lives. If true, this link would be a major breakthrough in clinical practice. Recent research suggests that smartphone usage does indeed have an effect on the brain, although the long-term effects remain to be seen. See why checking your phone before sleeping is a bad idea.