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Some interesting recent studies published... There are new ones all the time, but I don't have enough time to follow all of them.. If anybody else has any please reply here.. Every study can help us figure out more of what's going on, and eventually figure out better solutions.. I know the Bioinitiative report has a huge list, but that's old.. the new stuff is going unnoticed. Studies like the one below that shows a reduction of EPA could help so we can know what supplements to try.. others may not be as useful though.. Something like RF shielding trousers can be used though knowing the info below..

What is adverse effect of Wireless Local Area Network, using 2.45 GHz, on the reproductive system?
It may be concluded that low level EMF at 2.45 GHz increases inflammation and testicular damage and negative impact on male reproductive system function.

Hippocampal lipidome and transcriptome profile alterations triggered by acute exposure of mice to GSM 1800 MHz mobile phone radiation: An exploratory study.
he observed changes indicate a membrane remodeling response of the tissue phospholipids after nonionizing radiation exposure, reducing SFA and EPA, while increasing MUFA residues. The microarray data analysis demonstrated that the expression of 178 genes changed significantly (p < 0.05) between the two groups, revealing an impact on genes involved in critical biological processes, such as cell cycle, DNA replication and repair, cell death, cell signaling, nervous system development and function, immune system response, lipid metabolism, and carcinogenesis.

This one is interesting because it follows people around and shows that even without owning a phone there is still a lot of exposure, it's even possible to have higher exposure even when not using a phone at all.

Spatial and temporal variability of personal environmental exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields in children in Europe.
The largest contributors to total personal environmental RF-EMF exposure were downlink and broadcast, and these exposures showed high repeatability. Urbanicity was the most important determinant of total exposure and mobile phone use was the most important determinant of uplink exposure.

Exposure to non-ionizing electromagnetic fields emitted from mobile phones induced DNA damage in human ear canal hair follicle cells.
In conclusion, RFR emitted from mobile phones has a potential to produce DNA damage in follicle cells of hair in the ear canal. Therefore, mobile phone users have to pay more attention when using wireless phones.