Saliva Holds Cancer Clues in Heavy Cell Phone Users, Tel Aviv University Study

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Human spit may be transparent, but it contains a host of information that can tell someone’s risk of developing cancer, according to a new study from Tel Aviv University. In an effort to find a link between cell phone usage and cancer risk, researchers found clues in the saliva of cell phone users. Since mobile phones are typically placed on the side of the face, they are close to the salivary gland.

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