Never mind tumors, can we please just get a decent night's rest? New research from the Electromagnetic Academy at MIT (and commissioned by the Mobile Manufacturers Forum, no less) found that individuals in their study who were blasted with RF typical of cellphones immediately prior to sleeping had their sleeping patterns adversely affected. Furthermore, when the relentless onslaught of electromagnetic radiation continued after the subjects were asleep, researchers found that were more likely to suffer headaches. A deadly side effect? Not really, though it might make us cranky enough to inflict some harm on passers by.