children/phones: Microwave News Article Archive (2004 - )
“[I]t is very hard to understand why the FCC allows the use of a [model based on the] head size of the U.S. military recruits for [peak spatial] SAR compliance testing against safety guidelines” (open access). See also our “Children and Cell Phones: Time To Start Making Sense.”
“[T]here was a consistent significant association between MP use and fatigue in children.” But, the study design “could not adequately reveal” causality. (Open access)
“[M]easurements suggest that mobile phones could make a substantial contribution to ELF exposure [at 217 Hz and associated harmonics] in the general population.” From the Mobi-Kids study team.
“Mobile Phone Use, Blood Lead Levels and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Symptoms in Children: A Longitudinal Study,” by a group in Korea, including Mina Ha, PLoS One, published March 21, 2013 (open access).
"The results showed an increased risk for ADHD symptoms in association with heavier voice call mobile phone use among children exposed to lead."