New research shows that our brain definitely reacts to cellphone radiation from frequent use. Without concrete positive or negative conclusions as of yet, doctors do recommend users to be conscious of the fact that it may have lasting repercussions.
Dr. Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse and one of America’s Leading Experts on mental disorders explains:
“Although we cannot determine the clinical significance, our results give evidence that the human brain is sensitive to the effects of radio frequency-electromagnetic fields from acute cell phone exposures.” (latino.foxnews.com)
Dr. Santosh Kesari, director of neuro-oncology at the University of California San Diego and one of America’s Leading Experts on brain cancer told MedPage Today:
“The take-home message is that we still don’t know, more studies are needed, and in the meantime users should try to use headsets and reduce cell phone use if at all possible.” (chicagotribune.com)