World Journal of
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Waghmare G. P.*, Ramrao Chavan and Dhanraj Mane


Mobile phones are one of the popular and fastest growing technological advancements. It has become necessary in our modern life. The widespread usage of mobile phones in recent Years have raised concern for potential research activities (Abdolmaleki A, Sanginabadi F-2013). Many countries have tried to determine the effect of the emitted electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones from last two decades. Rapid growth has been seen in the number of people using mobile phones (MPHs). Humans are exposed to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation emitted from mobile phones and this has created a need to investigate its possible ill effects on health of individuals (Agarwal A, Singh A, Hamada A, Kesari K (2011). It has been revealed that exposure to various forms of radiation could lead to reversible or irreversible structural and functional changes at the cellular level. This damage depends on the frequency of the electromagnetic radiation intensity and the duration of exposure. Cell phones low-power transmitters operate on 0.75 to 1 watt of power. Cell phones emit of electromagnetic radiation. It is possible for the radiation to causes harm to the user. The mobile phone emitting 900 MHz radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (EMR) Exposure to electromagnetic radiation emitted from mobile phones is able to induce hepatic, renal and splenic tissue damage. The degree of damage increased with time of exposure to EMR (Clark G-1988). Radiofrequency of electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones also induces oxidative stress in rats and different organs system (Diechmann WB, Male J et al). In present investigation we have exposed the wistar rats to the cell phone radiofrequency electromagnetic radiations (RF-EMR) to study its metabolic effects on the growth and Metabolic status in the wistar rat. Cell phone R-EMR reduces the Mean animal body weight in 30 days of Exposure duration in comparison to the Control Animals.

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