Site hosted by Build your free website today!

Leszczynski, D. (2008, February 23). Cellphone radiation affects cells in living humans . New Scientist, (2644), 40-65.

Cell phones light up the brain. (2006, June 24). Health 24, Retrieved from,36339.asp

Young, D. (2004). Mobile phone radiation harms dna. USA Today.

Graham-Rowe, D. (2002). Cancer cell study revives cellphone safety fears . New Scientist, 9.

Salford, L, Brun, A, , J, Eberhardt, L, & Malmgren, B. (2003). Nerve cell damage in mammalian brain after exposure to microwaves from gsm mobile phones . Environmental Health Perspectives, 111(7).

Cardis, E. (2010). Brain tumour risk in relation to mobile telephone use: results of the

interphone international case–control study.
International Journal of Epidemiology,


Internet usage statistics the internet big picture world internet users and population

. (2000). Retrieved from

Cell phone radiation levels
. (2008). Retrieved from

Cell phone radiation news. (2011).

Retrieved from

Khundi, M, Khurana, V, Hardell, L, Carlberg, M, & Vini, T. (2009). cell phones and

brain tumors: a review including the long-term epidemiologic data.

, 72(3), 205-14, -190.

Hunt, R. Introduction to community-based nursing. 4th. New York: Lippincotte

Williams & Wilkins, 2009. 146. Print.

Derias, EM, Stefanis, P, Gazvani, A, Lewis-Jones, R, & , DI. (2006). Growing

concern over the safety of using mobile phones and male fertility.
Hewitt Centre for

Reproductive Medicine