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Why 5G mobile broadband will be good for your health

S.China Morning Post Sunday, 19 March 2017
We all know the attention span of smartphone users is falling dramatically, but neuroscience research has revealed that even small content loading delays on our phones can raise heart rates by almost 40 per cent. The study of the brain activity, pulse and eye movements of 150 volunteers in Dusseldorf, Germany, commissioned by telecoms giant Ericsson last year, found that, on average, single delays resulted in a 38 per cent increase in heart rate and, therefore, tension and higher stress levels...
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