Mobile phone frequencies could help to battle Alzheimer's disease

Mobile phone frequencies could help to battle Alzheimer’s disease

DRAWING on previous studies by American researchers, scientists at Nazarbayev University and the National Laboratory Astana in Kazakhstan have found that exposing human and rat cells to an electromagnetic field frequency of 918 MHz (a common frequency used in mobile phone signals) for 60 minutes reduces oxidative stress (cell damage caused by the build-up of toxic protein fragments in the brain characteristic of Alzheimer’s). The researchers say this is a step forward in using radiation to treat dementia patients.

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