Using a mobile phone can help prevent Alzheimers, research has claimed. For years we have all been warned about using our phones too much because of all the dangerous radiation etc leaking into our skulls.
That and all the Nimbys (Not In My Back Yard) protesting at any nasty phone masts that may spring up in their general direction. I'll bet that cardigan brigade will change their tune once they read this research.
Now scientists are claiming more bouts of shouting "Hello? I'm on the train" or "Hello, I'm in the supermarket", could actually be good for us. In fact it makes me want to call someone right now, just for the hell of it. Now where did I put my phone?
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