Cellphone use in pregnancy tied to ADHD
In experiments involving mice, foetal exposure to cellphone radiation appeared linked to symptoms in offspring that resemble attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in human children, Yale researchers report.
"We found they seem to have behavioural changes like ADHD. I don't want to sensationalise this - mice don't have ADHD - but they had problems with memory, impulsiveness and hyperactivity," he explained.
Study proves cause-and-effect