21/09/2009

Mobile Phones 'insults' salivary glands

Even before the furor over the effects of mobile phone radiation on the brain cells has died down another study says usage of (MPH's) handheld mobile phones affect the secretion of saliva. 

Parotid glands adjacent to handheld MPH in use respond by elevated salivary rates and decreased protein secretion reflecting the continuous insult to the glands. This phenomenon should be revealed to the worldwide population and further exploration by means of large-scale longitudinal studies is warranted. 

The news about the adverse health effects from exposure to the radio frequency radiation (RFR) emitted by handheld mobile phones keep coming.