Using Mobile Phones For 45 Minutes Causes Excitation In The Brain

by Medindia Content Team on  June 27, 2006 at 9:24 AM Research News
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Using Mobile Phones For 45 Minutes Causes Excitation In The Brain
A new study published in the journal Annals of Neurology, says that radiation emitted from mobile phones excites the neurons in the brain. This is the first study to show that mobile phone affect the brain after years of health concerns over these gadgets.

Italian researchers found in the current study that mobile phones excite the neurons of the area of the brain closest to the phone when used for 45 minutes or more. However this effect is very temporary and corrects itself an hour later, the report said.

It is though that alterations in the activity of the brain cells could affect thought processes or even cause diseases like epilepsy.

But the Italian researchers said it was too early to guess the effects of the excitement caused by mobile phones.


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guest Wednesday, June 28, 2006

we should must stop this dirty toy.

sunny1 Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Well cell phones are still not been given a clean chit. This is the most commonly possessed and used 'modern toy' by a human being. In fact in the history of mankind there has never been something as popular as a cell phone. Imagine there are over 2 billion cell phones today in the world. Almost every third human being in the world has one and another 760 million will be sold this year.The cell phone has changed the whole economy of how business is done today.

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