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Evidence that electromagnetic fields from high voltage powerlines and in buildings, are hazardous to human health, especially to young children.
(Lincoln University. Human Sciences Department., 2001-08-29)
Dr Neil Cherry was asked by a school in Florida, United States, to review of biological and epidemiological health effects of electromagnetic fields, especially for children with the proposed to have a substation constructed ...
Evidence of brain cancer from occupational exposure to pulsed microwaves from a police radar.
(Lincoln University. Human Sciences Department., 2001-08)
Since the first evidence that RF radiation damages chromosomes in 1959, many independent studies have identified broken DNA stands, chromosome aberrations and altered gene expression in animal cells, human cells and in ...
Evidence that electromagnetic radiation is genotoxic: the implications for the epidemiology of cancer and cardiac, neurological and reproductive effects
(Lincoln University. Human Sciences Department., 2001-03)
The way we perceive things determines how we make decisions. To move from picturing ourselves as physical beings to biological beings significantly changes our view of health and fitness. Too much exercise and oxygen free ...
Cell phone radiation poses a serious biological and health risk:
(Lincoln University. Human Sciences Department., 2001-05-07)
Thousands of people are using cell phones for hours each day. They are exposing a very sensitive organ, their brain, to higher mean intensities than military personnel are exposed to when repairing radar. The military ...