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International research study examines health effects of mobile phone radiation

By December 6, 2013No Comments

Our friend Dr. Joel Moskowitz, an internationally recognized research authority on the effects of mobile phone electromagnetic radiation, recently published a press release on a new research study.

Here are some of the highlights:

  • The first study on the short-term effects of Long Term Evolution (LTE), the fourth generation cell phone technology, has been published online in the peer-reviewed journal, Clinical Neurophysiology.
  • The results demonstrated that LTE exposure affected brain neural activity not only in the closer brain region but also in the remote region, including the left hemisphere of the brain.
  • The current study establishes that short-term exposure to LTE microwave radiation affects the users’ brain activity.
  • Although LTE is too new for the long-term health consequences to have been studied, we have considerable evidence that long-term cell phone use is associated with various health risks including increased risk of head and neck cancers, sperm damage, and reproductive health consequences for offspring (i.e., ADHD).

For more information from Dr. Moskowitz about cell phone radiation safety



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