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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Bone density warning for mobile phone users

Less well-publicised than the recent mobile phone health warnings that The Daily Telegraph suggests are on their way, the Journal of Craniofacial Surgery has published the preliminary findings of a study that says wearing your mobile on your hip for long periods may affect bone density. However the researchers also pointed out that these preliminary figures weren’t statistically significant and weren’t anywhere near the reduction in bone level density seen in people with osteoporosis. [Sources: USNews.com; IndiaTimes.com]

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