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Studies by Rodney Croft, of the Brain Science Institute, Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia: When the cell phone was transmitting, alpha waves in the person's brain were boosted significantly. Studies by James Horne and colleagues at the Loughborough University Sleep Research Centre in EnglandStudies: Although the cell phone power is low, "electromagnetic radiation can nevertheless have an effect on mental behavior when transmitting at the proper frequency." (Fields, R. Douglas. Mind Control by Cell Phones.)

Studies by Gary Arendash, PhD, USF Research Professor at the Florida Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC): a surprising new study in mice provides the first evidence that long-term exposure to electromagnetic waves associated with cell phone use may actually protect against, and even reverse, Alzheimer's disease. The memory benefits of cell phone exposure (in mice) took months to show up, suggesting that a similar effect in humans would take years if cell phone-level electromagnetic exposure was provided. (Published January 6 in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. (Source)