Study Reveals Cell Phone Radiation Affects Brain Activity

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Despite claims to the contrary by the cell phone industry, a recent study conducted by the National Institute of Health (NIH) revealed that there is, in fact, be a link between cell phone use and brain activity.

In conducting its study, researchers from NIH examined 47 participants who underwent two brain scans – one scan while a cell phone connected to a muted call was attached to the right ear and another scan while the phone was turned off. The scans were conducted using an imaging technique called positron emission tomography (PET scan). Neither the participants nor the researchers were aware of whether the cell phones were turned on or off while the scan was conducted.

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