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    Is there a relation between mobile radiation and hyperactivity in children?
    Published at 25 Aug 2017

    Is there a relation between mobile radiation and hyperactivity in children?
    Children whose mothers were frequent cell phone users during pregnancy were more likely than those of less frequent users to be hyperactive, a new study finds.

     

    Is there a relation between mobile radiation and hyperactivity in children?
    A recent study of more than 80,000 mother-child pairs in Denmark, Spain, Norway, the Netherlands and Korea, found consistent evidence of increasing risk of behavioral problems - particularly, hyperactivity - in 5- to 7-year-old children the more their mothers talked on mobile phones during pregnancy.

    The researchers will not deny that the relation is due to mobile radiation, but the results do not provide a clear answer – a number of other factors, such as parenting styles, might also explain the link between maternal cell phone use during pregnancy and childhood behavioral problems.
    However, researchers state that a deeper examination of the subject is needed to clarify which factors may be the cause. At RadiCover we hope someone will continue and and get a deeper research into this very important issue.

    We recommend that all pregnant women use anti-radiation products – like an anti-radiation blanket, a mobile and tablet cover.

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    Learn more about the mobile radiation and pregnancy here 

    Link to the article on the new research: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-pregnancy-mobilephone-idUSKBN17K2I6

     
     
     
     
     

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