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What r the effects of mobile on brain ?

Asked by vijayrv, 24 Jun '08 02:37 am
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Some fundamentalists bigots and uncivilised people with no scientific temperment are saying mobiles cause brain cancer. Ignore them.
Answered by IRAGAVARAPU JAGANNATHASWAMY, 24 Jun '08 02:50 am

 
  
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Need not worry.
Answered by Ramaswamy Nagarajan, 24 Jun '08 04:43 am

 
  
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There are conflicting reports.While the anti reports are given wide coverage the pro reports are hidden in back pages.It cannot be said that all anti reports are motivated since some up and up insitrtions are associated with them. On the other hand the almost apologetic pro reports smack of nervousness. In any case it is advisable to take care and keep away,especially our students, away from it.
Answered by radhikamruta, 24 Jun '08 05:45 am

 
  
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A recent health survey carried out in La Ňora, Mucia, Spain, nearly two 900/1800Mhz mobile phone base stations showed statistically association between the measured electric field and a number of symptoms, especially depressive tendency, fatigue, sleeping disorder, difficulty in concentration and cardiovascular problems, and also loss of memory, visual disorder and dizziness. It confirms the findings of several earlier published studies. On the basis of this work, D. Oberfeld Gerd of the Public Health Department of Salzburg, Austria, is advising a reduction of exposure levels to no more than 1 microWatt/Sq.M. The current exposure limit set by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) Guidelines is 10 W/Sq.M, or 10 million times that recommended.
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 24 Jun '08 07:07 am

 
  
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Use headphones and mic instead of holding the device to your ear if you are having a conversation lasting more than 10 minutes.
Answered by dude, 25 Jun '08 12:56 am

 
  
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