A shocking new cell phone radiation study conducted on New Zealand adolescents and their cell phone usage asks the question, “Are children at increased risk of brain tumors already?” The conclusion of the study is even more shocking than the question because it implicates all children who use cell phones. Almost 3,000 children a year in the United States alone are diagnosed with brain tumors, constituting a quarter of all childhood cancers. Could this be just an unfortunate coincidence?
The study concluded if children continue using their cell phones in this way, many would be at increased risk of specific brain tumors by their mid-teens.
The concern becomes even more alarming given the vast majority of the junior high school students participating in this study (90 percent), with an average age of approximately 12 years old, were engaging in cell phone plans activity.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recent ruling…
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