If National Geographic Magazine can be believed, A new study would suggest that cell phone radiation may protect against and even slow the effects of Alzheimers Disease.
This is good news, if it's correct. At least, for me, it's good news ;-)
It's good in as much as cell phone usage has become ubiquitous.
So much so, that I often wonder what we did before we had such conviences. We actually had to seek out payphones if we needed to make a call on the run.
Not only have we come to rely on the phone's calling convenience, we demand so much more from our phones now. They must text, email, have web access and a host of advanced things unheard of just a few years ago. My phone makes toast (milquetoast?).
Is our reliance on mobile phones just another in our growing list of technological dependencies? Do these dependencies make us stronger?