Two separate studies on mobile phones have recently been published.
A Swedish researcher, Bengt Arnetz, professor of social medicine and stress research at Uppsala University, conducted a study on the effects of chatting on mobile phones on sleep deprivation.
It was determined that mobile phone radiation appeared to cause insomnia, headaches, and concentration difficulties.
Another study, which was published in The Environmental Doctor, was conducted to assess the association between mobile phones and development of parotid gland tumours (PGTs), commonly known as salivary gland tumours.
Based on the largest number of benign PGT patients reported to date, the study concluded that the results suggest an association between mobile phone use and PGTs for regular mobile phone users.
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