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Dr. Andrew Marino and his colleagues at Louisiana State University have just published a study proving the existence of electromagnetic hypersensitivity as an organic syndrome. They did a thorough medical workup on a subject (a female physician) who claimed to have EHS, and showed that she reacted within 100 seconds of being exposed to low-level pulsed electromagnetic fields with headache, muscle twitching, skipped heartbeats and other symptoms. This was a carefully designed double-blind test, repeated many times. Although the subject could not consciously perceive the field, her body reacted every time it was turned on. This has just been published in the International Journal of Neuroscience. The abstract is here:

Objective: We sought direct evidence that acute exposure to environmental-strength electromagnetic fields could induce somatic reactions (EMF hypersensitivity).

Methods: The subject, a female physician self-diagnosed with EMF hypersensitivity, was exposed to an average (over the head) 60-Hz electric field of 300 V/m (comparable to typical environmental-strength EMFs) during controlled provocation and behavioral studies.

Results: In a double-blinded EMF provocation procedure specifically designed to minimize unintentional sensory cues, the subject developed temporal pain, headache, muscle-twitching, and skipped heartbeats within 100 s after initiation of EMF exposure (P < 0.05). The symptoms were caused primarily by field transitions (off-on, on-off) rather than the presence of the field, as assessed by comparing the frequency and severity of the effects of pulsed and continuous fields in relation to sham exposure. The subject had no conscious perception of the field as judged by her inability to report its presence more often than in the sham control.

Discussion: The subject demonstrated statistically reliable somatic reactions in response to exposure to subliminal EMFs under conditions that reasonably excluded a causative role for psychological processes.

Conclusion: EMF hypersensitivity can occur as a bona fide environmentally-inducible neurological syndrome.

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COLUMBUS – Kids who use cell phones have no greater risk of brain cancer than non-users, according to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute . But parents shouldn’t breathe a sigh of relief, according to Joel Moskowitz, a director in the School of Public Health at the University of California-Berkeley. He’s reviewed the research and claims the results actually verify higher tumor risks for children, but those findings are down-played.

“They did report a number of significant associations between cell phone use, in terms of number of years of use, with brain tumor risk in children,” Moskowitz said. “And they try to dismiss those, as well.”

Another issue for parents to consider: Moskowitz said regular cell phone users in the study were described as those using a phone once a week for six months. He calls that frequency “barely even using a phone,” and in the U.S., usage by children and teens is much higher. The study was conducted in Denmark, Switzerland, Sweden and Norway.

The researchers did note that because mobile phone usage among kids has increased over the years, a careful watch on the trend is needed. Retired electronics engineer Lloyd Morgan has been doing just that and has himself written several reports on links between the radio frequency (RF) radiation exposure from cell phones and brain tumors.

He’s analyzed the newest report which, he said, like the highly-criticized Interphone study a year ago, considers radiation exposures not reflective of typical use, and therefore downplays brain tumor risk.

“They contradict their own conclusion when you read the paper. It isn’t what the abstract says it is.”
On a related RF radiation health safety note, several public health watchdogs, as well as the American Academy of Environmental Medicine, sent a request to Congress this week asking it to direct the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to update obsolete cell-phone tower safety regulations. The groups cite a growing body of science showing RF biological effects, such as links to cancer, and other health issues, including memory ability.

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