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    Forthcoming book: Mobile Communications and Children’s Health

    In 2014, two members of the Russian National Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (RNCNIRP) published, in Russian, a book titled Mobile Communications and Children”s Health

    There now is a translation is progress and it is hoped that an authorized translation will be completed early in the New Year. It is planned (depending on funding) that printed copies will be available in Europe and Australia.

    In the meantime here is a partial introduction and table of contents.

    So stay tuned for this one……



    Mobile Communications and Children”s Health

    Yu.G. Grigoriev, N.I. Khorseva

    An assessment of the hazards of mobile phone use by children and teenagers: Recommendations to children and parents

    Moscow, Economica, 2014

    230 pages

    English sections in the book

    Children have now become active owners of mobile phones, which represents an open and uncontrolled source of EMF exposure. For the first time children and teenagers are in that group of risk to which only the working experts belonged earlier “” professional operators of radar and other microwave sources of industrial function.

    Now the situation demands an estimation of the health hazard of children “” users of mobile phones, organization of constant hygienic control and development of the whole complex of preventative actions.

    In this book the current state of the problem is considered (one of the authors of the book is the permanent member of the WHO Advisory Committee on the problem: EMF and health of the population, for more than 15 years).The results of 6 years” supervision over school children “” users of mobile phones are described. Recommendations to parents and children on reducing the impact of EMF on the brain when using mobile phones are given.

    Table of contents


    Chapter 1. Exposure conditions and the use of mobile phones by children””.13

    Chapter 2. Age and dependent electromagnetic sensitivity (experiments with whole body electromagnetic exposure)”””””””””””””””””””””..16

    Chapter 3. Brain functions at local short-term exposure to EMF (experimental studies) “””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””21

    Chapter 4. Effects of EMF on the organisms of children and adults””””””.. 76

    Chapter 5. Longitude studies of children and teenagers psychophysical health in real conditions of use of mobile phones”””””””””””””””””””””. 91

    Chapter 6. Effects of EMF from mobile phones on prenatal period, newborns and children in their first years of life”””””””””””””””””””””””””121

    Chapter 7. Assessment of potential of development of brain tumors in persons (individuals) who used mobile phones in childhood. Other remote adverse consequences”””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””133

    Chapter 8. Assessment of hazard for the health of children and teenager who use mobile phones””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””. 146

    Summary”””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””. 166

    Recommendations for children and parents””””””””””””””””””.170

    Application. Decisions of the Russian National Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (RNCNIRP)””””””””””””””””””””””””..173


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