Study Claims Link Between Cell Phone and Children's Behavioral Problems

Reports say a cell phone sudy suggests a link between children exposed to cell phones in the womb and behavioral problems. The study, which was evidently based on a previous cell phone study, said children seemed to have more behavioral issues by the time they turned seven, reports say.

Altogether, between the two studies, more than 40,000 children were studied, with the possible conclusion that there is a connection between the electromagnetic fields sent out by cell phones and the behavior problems.

Reports also said the results do not prove but only suggest, a link between cell phone exposure and behavioral problems. But backing up the study is a second unrelated European study that claims to have reached the same conclusion - that there may be as much as a 40% likelihood that cell phone use may have contributed to behavior issues.

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