Cellphone radiation does something to your brain

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According to a recent study, cellphone radiation has a direct and measurable impact on our brains. But is it a negative impact? The verdict's still out on that one. Thanks, science!

A report in The Wall Street Journal claims that whether you're listening or speaking, the activity of the brain closest to the activated phone increases eight to ten percent.

There's no saying what this means for our health, if anything. Maybe it will result in a breed of awesome multi-tasking, mutant superheroes? Or maybe it will make for a new future taboo, a la the pregnant martini drinking in Mad Men. We'll keep yakking away in the meantime until science tells us to do otherwise. Or until we grow antennas out of our heads.