monikasaini123 writes: "Experience rays from phones during pregnancy impacts the mind development of kids, potentially leading to hyperactivity, Yale School of Medicine scientists have determined.This is the first experimental evidence that fetal exposure to radiofrequency radiation from cellular telephones does in fact affect adult behaviorResearchers exposed pregnant mice to radiation from a muted and silenced cell phone positioned above the cage and placed on an active phone call for the duration of the trial. A control group of mice was kept under the same conditions but with the phone deactivated.The team assessed the mind electrical action of adult rats that were revealed to rays as fetuses, and performed a battery of emotional and personality testing. They found that the rats that were revealed to rays maintained to be more overactive and had reduced memory. Taylor assigned the personality changes to an effect during having a baby on the progression of nerves in the prefrontal cortex location of the mind.Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is a developmental disorder associated with neuropathology localized primarily to the same brain region, and is characterized by inattention and hyperactivity.Results have shown that behavioral problems in mice that resemble ADHD are caused by cell phone exposure in the womb. The rise in behavioral disorders in human children may be in part due to fetal cellular telephone irradiation exposure.Taylor said that further analysis is required in people to better comprehend the systems behind these conclusions and to determine secure visibility boundaries during pregnancy.First writer Tamir Aldad added that mouse pregnancies last only 19 days and offspring are born with a less-developed mind than people infants, so further research is needed to determine if the danger of experience rays during human pregnancy are similar.Cell phones were used in this study to mimic potential human exposure but future research will instead use standard electromagnetic field generators to more precisely define the level of exposure.Reference: http://news.yale.edu/2012/03/15/cell-phone-use-pregnancy-may-cause-behavioral-disorders-offspring"