Washington: A new study has found that increasing use of cell phones is linked to rise in brain glucose metabolism, a marker of brain activity, in the area closest to the phone antenna – however, the clinical significance of this find is not known yet.
"These results provide evidence that the human brain is sensitive to the effects of RF-EMFs from acute cell phone exposures," the researchers write.They concluded, “Results of this study provide evidence that acute cell phone exposure affects brain metabolic activity. However, these results provide no information as to their relevance regarding potential carcinogenic effects (or lack of such effects) from chronic cell phone use.""Further studies are needed to assess if these effects could have potential long-term harmful consequences.”The study appears in the February 23 issue of JAMA. ANI
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