College and University Students
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Protecting College and University Students
There is growing evidence that College and University Students are especially vulnerable to the bioeffects of wireless radiation.
Studies suggest that the wireless radiation has established cognitive and memory effects.
In addition, many students feel the need to keep their smart phones on for most of the day, often keeping them close to the body in clothing or near them at night. The rates of anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicide may reflect intensive use of wireless devices.
- Dr Ellis Evans: "Student suicide clusters and its missing link" (EMF Guru consultancy, May 18 2018)
- Dr Ellis Evans: "Mobile Phone Companies Target Students On UK University Campuses" (Natural Blaze, July 11 2018)
- Dr Ellis Evans: "Study Finds Clear Link Between Social Media And Depression" (Natural Blaze, July 27 2018)
- Foerster M et al.L “A Prospective Cohort Study of Adolescents' Memory Performance and Individual Brain Dose of Microwave Radiation from Wireless Communication” (2018)
- Havas M: "Could your Wireless Technology be Contributing to your Anxiety?" (Cam's Kids, April 2019)
- Lepp A et al.: “The relationship between cell phone use, academic performance, anxiety, and Satisfaction with Life in college students” (2014)
- Lin LY et al.: "Social Media Use Associated With Depression Among U.S. Young Adults" (2016)
- Tim Sandle: "Mobile phone radiation and memory performance concerns" (Digital Journal, July 28 2018)
- Schoeni A et al.: “Memory performance, wireless communication and exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields: A prospective cohort study in adolescents” (2015)
- Jean M Twenge: "Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?" (The Atlantic, September 2017)
- Twenge JM et al.: “Decreases in Psychological Well-Being Among American Adolescents After 2012 and Links to Screen Time During the Rise of Smartphone Technology” (2018)
Academic progress reduced by cellphone use: