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Some potential risks and addictions of the new telecommunication technologies

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Favailable in PDF and HTMLDosimetric Simulations of Brain Absorption of Mobile Phone Radiation–The Relationship Between psSAR and AgeNo comments yet icon2015-(6)Claudio Enrique Fernández-Rodríguez, Alvaro Augusto Almeida De Salles, Devra Lee Davis
Aavailable in HTMLThe discrepancy between maximum in vitro exposure levels and realistic conservative exposure levels of mobile phones operating at 900/1800 MHzCommentary icon2015-(1)Gernot Schmid, Niels Kuster
Favailable in PDF and HTMLEvaluation of Specific Absorption Rate as a Dosimetric Quantity for Electromagnetic Fields BioeffectsCommentary icon2013-(9)Dimitris J. Panagopoulos, Olle Johansson, George L. Carlo
Favailable in PDFRadiofrecuency resonances inside a human headCommentary icon2013-(5)Denys Nicolayev
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Favailable in PDF and HTMLConcurrent and Subsequent Associations Between Daily Digital Technology Use and High-Risk Adolescents’ Mental Health SymptomsNo comments yet icon2017-(11)Madeleine J. George, Michael A. Russell, Joy R. Piontak, Candice L. Odgers
Favailable in PDF“Silence Your Phones”: Smartphone Notifications Increase Inattention and Hyperactivity SymptomsNo comments yet icon2016-(10)Kostadin Kushlev, Jason Proulx, Elizabeth W. Dunn
Favailable in PDF and HTMLAssociation between mobile phone use and self-reported well-being in children: a questionnaire-based cross-sectional study in Chongqing, ChinaNo comments yet icon2015-(8)Feizhou Zheng, Peng Gao, Mindi He, Min Li, Jin Tan, Daiwei Chen, Zhou Zhou, Zhengping Yu, Lei Zhang
Favailable in PDFCan disordered mobile phone use be considered a behavioral addiction? An update on current evidence and a comprehensive model for future research No comments yet icon2015-(20)Joël Billieuxa, Pierre Mauragea, Olatz Lopez-Fernandeza, Daria J. Kussc, Mark D. Griffithsc
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubAssociation between mobile phone use and inattention in 7102 Chinese adolescents: a population-based cross-sectional studyNo comments yet icon2014-(7)Feizhou Zheng, Peng Gao, Mindi He, Min Li, Changxi Wang, Qichang Zeng, Zhou Zhou, Zhengping Yu, Lei Zhang
Favailable in PDFAssessment of Smartphone Addiction in Indian Adolescents: A Mixed Method Study by Systematic‑review and Meta‑analysis ApproachNo comments yet icon2014-(12)Sanjeev Davey, Anuradha Davey
Favailable in PDF and HTMLThe relationship between adolescents’ well-being and their wireless phone use: a cross-sectional studyNo comments yet icon2013-(12)Mary Redmayne, Euan Smith, Michael J. Abramson
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Favailable in PDFTelecommunications health and safety: DARPA's RadioBio and recent US bioelectromagnetic research programsNo comments yet icon2018-(3)James C. Lin
Favailable in PDFUnited states congressional research and legislative proposals to educate the american people about the power density safety of wireless communications (µW/M2)No comments yet icon2018-(9)Herman Kelting
Aavailable in HTMLComparison of radiofrequency electromagnetic field exposure levels in different everyday microenvironments in an international contextCommentary icon2018-(1)Sanjay Sagar, Seid M. Adema, Benjamin Struchen, Sarah P. Loughran, Michael E. Brunjes, Lisa Arangua, Mohamed Aqiel Dalvie, Rodney J. Croft, Michael Jerrett, Joel M. Moskowitz, Tony Kuogh, Martin Röösli
Favailable in PDFWorld Health Organization, radiofrequency radiation and health - a hard nut to crack (Review)No comments yet icon2017-(9)Lennat Hardell

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