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Do you suffer with unexplained symptoms such as headaches, sleep problems and dizziness following exposure to electromagnetic fields? You could be suffering from this condition.

Electromagnetic Fields and Miscarriage

Even intermittent exposure to extremely low frequency EMF (ELF-EMF) is reported to increase risk miscarriage.

The California Department of Health Services concluded at the end of its Electric and Magnetic Field Risk Evaluation (2002) that: 


"To one degree or another, all three of the DHS scientists are inclined to believe that EMFs can cause some degree of 

increased risk of childhood leukemia, adult brain cancer, Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS)  and miscarriage."


Press Release Brain Tumor Pandemic—DNA Impacts from Mobile Phones Implicated in New Analysis

December 24, 2011, Berkeley, CA, USA & Stockholm, Sweden. An important new analysis, The Potential Impact of Mobile Phone Use on Trends in Brain and CNS Tumors, was published today in the journal,Neurology & Neurophysiology. It can be downloaded here without cost. The paper is in a Special Issue of the journal titled "Brain Tumor."

The study raises very serious concerns about the potential for a large increase in brain cancer incidence, resulting from widespread mobile phone use.  The steep increase in brain cancer will begin in approximately 15 years according to the projections.


Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Do we know whether the long-term, extensive, use of cell phones could affect our health? Are our safety limits reliable?


Childhood Brain Tumour Risk And Its Association With Wireless Phones

Case-control studies on adults point to an increased risk of brain tumours (glioma and acoustic neuroma) associated with the long-term use of mobile phones. Recently, the first study on mobile phone use and the risk of brain tumours in children and adolescents, CEFALO, was published. It has been claimed that this relatively small study yielded reassuring results of no increased risk. We do not agree. We consider that the data contain several indications of increased risk, despite low exposure, short latency period, and limitations in the study design, analyses and interpretation. The information certainly cannot be used as reassuring evidence against an association, for reasons that we discuss in this commentary.

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MEPs Calls for EU-wide Action to Reduce Cancer Risk From Mobile Phones

A conference in parliament heard that repeated exposure to electromagnetic fields from devices such as mobile phones can pose a cancer risk.

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