In a world perceived as more constrained, like Russia, there is, often times, more freedoms of speech than in a corporate and media controlled nation like America. Russia’s top public health official, Gennadi Onishenko, recently reported comprehensive, definitive research results showing that cell phones are harmful to adults and even more hazardous for children. The study revealed that as little as two- minutes of use by a child would change that child’s bio-electric activities, creating both mental and physical instability for a minimum of two hours. This is a similar finding to the well—known Hungarian study establishing that cell phone use by children greatly increases their risk of developing brain tumors at later ages, specifically between 20 and 29 years. Onishenko also dismissed the false claims by phone manufacturers that these devices were not harmful by saying, "mobile phones cause insomnia, memory failure and high blood pressure."