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cellphone fertility

Klaira Lerma, Griselda Reyes, Siddharth Tiwari, Akhilesh Tewari, Charlotte Hastings, Paul D Blumenthal
OBJECTIVE: To assess user satisfaction and acceptability toward a cell phone-based short message system (SMS) application for fertility awareness. METHODS: Between July 1 and September 30, 2013, the present observational study recruited women of reproductive age who were presenting for family planning services in Lucknow, India, who were not pregnant, agreed to use the application, and understood basic English. The application collected information on an individual's menstrual cycle and, using the calendar days approach, predicted fertility...
March 25, 2018: International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Mary Redmayne, Euan Smith, Michael J Abramson
We explored school cellphone rules and adolescent exposure to cellphone microwave emissions during school with a census and survey, respectively. The data were used to assess health and policy implications through a review of papers assessing reproductive bio-effects after exposure to cellphone emissions, this being most relevant to students' exposure. All schools banned private use of cellphones in class. However, 43% of student participants admitted breaking this rule. A high-exposure group of risk-takers was identified for whom prohibited in-school use was positively associated with high texting rates, carrying the phone switched-on >10h/day, and in-pocket use...
November 2011: Reproductive Toxicology
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