Important New Russian Research on Cell Phone Radiation’s Effect on Cognitive and Other Functions in Children
From Camilla Rees:
I am pleased to share with you research published yesterday by members of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in Radiation Biology. Radiation Ecology (Volume 51, No.5, 2011), showing serious cognitive declines in children using cellular communications in a 4-year study.
Dr. Yury Grigoriev, who heads the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection in Russia says,”Over the four-year monitoring of 196 children ages 7-12 who were users of mobile communication devices, a steady decline in these parameters from high values to bottom standards, compared to controls, was observed.”
Summaries of the 2-part study are posted at ElectromagneticHealth.org.
The study itself is in Russian, and is linked here, as well. This news is very important, and reinforces what Thomas Rau, MD of the Paracelsus Clinic said in his interview with Electromagnetic Health.org–that if we continue to expose children to this radiation, we will end up with “Dumb Children”. Maybe this prospect will get the attention of larger numbers of people now.
I think it is high time we refocus the discussion about this emerging public health issue to include, beyond the predictions for brain tumors growth (which are unfortunately now starting to manifest in the recent trend data from UK, Israel, Finland and Norway), the cognitive effects on us all, which are happening to many people and now. Other priorities should be the DNA effects, and the potential long term consequences for children, and for the human species, from blanketing ourselves in this radiation. Our voices must get louder. And we must together press for long-term solutions to this problem.
All the best,