Cell phones jitter, especially when they are jitterbugging, a potentially deadly condition, according to new research.
Cell phones jitters can result in a range of problems including, but not limited to, dizziness, dizzy spells, memory loss, confusion, seizures, and even death.
In a study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Diego, the researchers found that jitterbugs can cause as many as six deaths per month in the United States, and up to five per month globally.
Cell phone jitter bugs, also known as cell phone hangovers, are caused by a chemical reaction between the plastic in a phone’s casing and a cell carrier’s cell phone network.
In the case of a phone, the chemical reaction creates a tiny bit of hydrogen gas, which causes the phone’s outer shell to crack and fall apart, releasing water that can then escape through the cracks.
This hydrogen gas causes the outer shell of the phone to “jitter” and, in some cases, can cause serious health issues such as death.
The chemical reaction that creates this hydrogen gas is also what allows the phone carrier to charge the phone without worrying about battery acidosis, a problem that can occur with many cell phones.
Jitterbugs also cause severe health problems in their victims.
In a recent study, the research team discovered that jitters were causing the deaths of at least four people in the US alone.
These health issues can be easily reversed with proper care and proper cleaning.
But while the research has been carried out on cell phones and jitterbugs, other cell phones also cause serious problems, and experts say that jatterbugs are only one of the many types of issues that could potentially be caused by these other types of cell phones when used with these other chemicals.
“It is not just the chemicals in these phones that are causing problems, but the chemicals used in the production of these phones,” said Professor Stephen Leighton from the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University to study the effects of these chemicals.”[It is] that there is an overall lack of understanding of the chemicals involved in the manufacture of these products, and they are not always tested to ensure that they are safe.”
The researchers say that the number of deaths related to jitterjets has risen dramatically in the past decade, with many more deaths caused by cell phones jatterbugging.
They are not the only ones to be affected by these jitterbeats though.
The researchers say other types the researchers identified in their research, like the chemical dioxin, may be contributing to deaths.
“The problem with dioxins is that they release compounds that can be toxic and can cause cancer.
It is important to understand that these chemicals can also be toxic, and there is no safe level of exposure,” Professor Leighton said.”
I think the important thing is to understand what chemicals are released by these cell phones.”
The new study is the first to look at the impact of cell phone production on health.
The research team is currently looking into the use of various methods to reduce the risk of these effects.
While the research was published in the journal Science Translational Medicine, the work is also available to download from the internet.
Professor Leighton told News24 that while cell phone manufacturers have been known to be negligent in their production, there was an attempt to make things safer with the use in the laboratory of chemicals such as acetone and other solvents that can help reduce the amount of chemicals that are released.
“These methods have been tried and tested and the results have been positive, but we need to do more,” he said.
Professor Steve Leighton, Department of Engineering, University to investigate the effects that cell phones produce on health and the environment.
Professor Stephen Leightnes University of Northern QueenslandProfessor Stephenle said while there were a number of chemicals in the phones, there were also many chemicals in other industries that produced them.
“There is a lot of research being done in that area of industry and it is a very complex topic and there are lots of different ways of looking at it,” he told News18.
“But we know that there are a lot more chemicals that go into making a phone than there are chemicals in it.”
We need to look into what chemicals go into these products in order to understand how much we can safely use them.
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