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Cognitive Functions Concentration , Memory, Behavior, etc Epidemiological studies Sleep Disruption, Headache, Depression, Discomfort, Burning near ear, Irritability, Nausea, Dizziness, Appetite loss, Muscle spasms, Numbnes, Tingling, Altered reflexes. Subjects reported buzzing in the head, palpitations of the heart, lightheadedness, heat, visual disorders, cardiovascular problems, respiratory problems, nervousness, agitation. More severe reactions include seizures, paralysis, psychosis and stroke. Continue reading
Sperm count in males has been steadily dropping for years. It's estimated that currently nearly one in six couples in the US have trouble conceiving a baby and about half of these are due to problems with sperm. Recently, research has begun focusing on radiation from laptops and cell phones as possible causes for low sperm count."Laptop Radiation and Infertility"In January 2012, a study was published in the medical journal, Fertility and Sterility, focusing on how radiation emitted from laptops impacts sperm health. Continue reading
Children using mobile phones absorb as much as double the amount of radiation through their heads as adults.Dr.Om Ghandi, a leading scientist and professor of electrical engineering at the University of Utah found that young children under 10 years of age could absorb radiation across their entire brain.He found that more radiation is able to go past the ear and into the head since a child's ear is thinner and the telephone is closer to the head. All it takes is two millimeters difference," Dr Ghandi said " Continue reading
Radiation can damage cells by directly striking the DNA and causing damage such as single/double strand breaks or point mutations. It's more likely, however, that the radiation will interact with molecules in the cell's cytoplasm, splitting them apart and forming reactive molecules called free radicals.A These free radicals, then, go on to cause DNA damage, Indian Council of Medical Research has informed that Bio initiative 2012 report has summarized about 1,800 new studies. These studies report about abnormal gene transcription, genotoxicity and single and double strand DNA damage. Continue reading