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New Study: Your Brain on Cell Phone

Fri Feb 25, 2011 - 9:07 PM EST - By Annie Latham

Earlier this week, the mobile world seemed a flutter about the new findings from the National Institutes of Health that indicate "less than an hour of cellphone use can speed up brain activity in the area closest to the phone antenna, raising new questions about the health effects of low levels of radiation emitted from cellphones."

But the study, published Wednesday in The Journal of the American Medical Association, is among the first and largest to document that the weak radio-frequency signals from cellphones have the potential to alter brain activity.

Researchers don't yet know (or indicate) the impact of the brain being altered.
It is TBD.

Source: Well Blog - The New York Times

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