Study links disorders with cell phones

New research links an increase in behavioral problems to kids with pre-natal and post-natal exposure to cell phones.

The study out of the UCLA School of Public Health looked at more than 13,000 7-year-olds and found that 80 percent were more likely to have abnormal scores on tests measuring some personality disorders.

A doctor who helped conduct the study says it shouldn't be over-analyzed.

She says it's simply a tool for future research into the use of cell phone technology and health risks.


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