The Research Papers Category

  • Left-sided Cancer: Blame your bed and TV?

    Jul 2, 2010 04:30 PM in Health & Medicine By R. Douglas Fields http://www.scientificamerican.com/blog/post.cfm?id=left-sided-cancer-blame-your-bed-an-2010-07-02 Curiously, the cancer rate is 10 percent higher in the left brea

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  • WHO can you trust? The BC Cancer Agency. NOT

    Most people put their trust in organizations like the Canadian Cancer Society to inform the public about the risks of the dangers of electrical powerlines and cell phones if there is one. If we can't trust the Doctors that they hire to do research -

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  • WHO – World Health Organization and EHS

    The World Health Organization has a web page devoted to EHS and although they recognize the illness, they can't clearly demonstrate EHS is attributed to electromagnetic fields. This is based upon their pooling together studies that demonstrate that E

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  • Microwaves Imitate Pesticides

    An article by Lucinda Grant who was director of the national support group Electrical Sensitivity Network and author of the books The Electrical Sensitivity Handbook and Workstation Radiation. This article shows that US and Soviet studies have co

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  • Gene Abnormality Found To Predict Childhood Leukemia Relapse

    Electromagnetic radiation from power lines and transformers have known to be a cause in childhood leukemia.  Children that have recovered often relapse when they are placed back into a home with high magnetic fields.  Not all children will get leuk

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  • Electromagnetism and Life by Dr. Robert Becker Electromagnetism and Life by Dr. Robert Becker

    Is his time, Dr. Robert Becker was regarded to be the most well renown scientist who's work involved demonstrating the healthful and harmful effects of electromagnetic fields on the human body. One of his books, Electromagnetism and Life has now

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  • Heavy metals in patients suffering from electromagnetic hypersensitivity

    Risks from electromagnetic devices are of considerable concern. Electrohypersensitive (EHS) persons attribute a variety of rather unspecific symptoms to the exposure to electromagnetic fields. The pathophysiology of EHS is unknown and therapy remains

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  • Mobile phone-related symptoms and electromagnetic hypersensitivity.

    OBJECTIVE: Some people report symptoms that they associate with electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure. These symptoms may be related to specific EMF sources or to electrical equipment in general (perceived electromagnetic hypersensitivity, EHS). Re

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