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57 participants (35 females) were randomly allocated to one of three different experimental scenarios (22 participants to scenario 1, 26 to scenario 2, and 9 to scenario 3; for further information see exposure details). In every sessionsaliva samples were taken after 10, 25, and 45 minutes for biochemical analyses.
Distance between exposed object and exposure source
antenna mounted on the outer wall of the building; further GSM-900 and GSM-1800 base stations in the area; different exposure levels gained by the use of shielding curtains; wall painted with shielding paint except for the exposure area
Mr. Daniell Porsche, Chairman of the Paracelsus-School at St. Jakob am Thurn, Salzburg, Austria
Singh K et al.
Effect of electromagnetic radiations from mobile phone base stations on general health and salivary function.
Ghoneim FM et al.
Histological and histochemical study of the protective role of rosemary extract against harmful effect of cell phone electromagnetic radiation on the parotid glands.
Geronikolou SA et al.
Frequent cellular phone use modifies hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis response to a cellular phone call after mental stress in healthy children and adolescents: A pilot study.