EMF radiation

Effect of electromagnetic field exposure on mouse brain

By Judita Zymantiene, Vida Juozaitiene, Rasa Zelvyte, Vaidas Oberauskas, Ugne Spancerniene, Antanas Sederevicius and Albina Aniuliene Published 8 May 2020 Introduction Mobile phones (MP) and other electronic and communication devices that are used daily expose users to electromagnetic fields (EMF) and contribute to an increasing incidence of neurological disorders. Brain tissue is the closest organ to the MP as it operates, thus the influence of MP radiation on brain tissue is of particular concern, although research is still inconclusive. The…

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Symptoms reported by Electrohypersensitive (EHS) patients

First-year summary from a specialized Pain Research Clinic By Dr Yael Stein Background Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) is the fastest growing environmental pollutant In Sweden, Electrohypersensitivity (“Microwave Sickness”) is recognized as a handicap Incidence of EHS is 3-11% and rising with rise in exposure to EMR In Israel, EHS patients are disbelieved. They are considered either psychiatric, or suffering from “nocebo” effect Methods: Case series descriptive summary The Electromagnetic Radiation Research Clinic was opened in 7/2018, following patient demand Operates once…

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How to reduce exposure to harmful EMFs

By Dr David Nye Electromagnetic frequencies or radiation (EMF or EMR) are all around us in our modern high-tech environment. While it is difficult to avoid them altogether, there are many things we can do to reduce the harmful effects on our health. Why should we worry about EMFs? We cannot see them, but they are in our homes, in shopping malls, in hospitals and in our bags. There have been many scientific studies over the last 30 years demonstrating…

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