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12 April 2008
Newsletter (12 April 2008)
Electromagnetic Radiation and Breast Cancer - Review of Recent Papers - Protect your Health from Electromagnetic Radiation Petition - Electromagnetic fields: Questions and answers about wireless technologies - Cell Phones and Cigarettes - Tragic teens are laid to rest - Home Sweet Non-Toxic Home: Going Beyond 'Green' - France National Library gives-up WiFi - Colwood urged to retest towers - Ruler talks are sought - I'm setting up a …
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5 April 2008
Newsletter (05 April 2008)
Cognitive and neurobiological alterations in electromagnetic hypersensitive patients: results of a case-control study - Occupational exposure to extremely low frequency electric and magnetic fields and Alzheimer disease - Effects of electromagnetic radiation from a cellular telephone on epidermal Merkel cells - Radio Waves and Life - Electromagnetic Fields and Your Health - Electrical Sensitivity Wrecks Lives - 10 Million Baby Boomers Face …
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29 March 2008
Newsletter (29 March 2008)
Mobiles may be death sentence - Em Fields On Brain Tumor Incidence - Radio Waves of a cell phone alter your proteins? - A Comparison Between Two Interphone Studies: Risk of Parotid Gland Tumors from Cellphone Use - EMF electrical radiation pollution involving cell phone - Electrocution of America: Is Your Utility Company Out to Kill You? - Proven Increase in Cancer Incidence Around Telephone Exchange Center Hausmannstätten - Experts weigh in on …
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22 March 2008
Newsletter (22 March 2008)
Microwave dangers a hot topic - How Cellphone Radiation Affects Your Cells - Molecular changes take place during exposure to information-carrying radio waves - Radio Frequency (RF) Radiation Health Problem Alert - Another sudden death from a likely heavy mobile phone user - Top 5 symptoms of EHS/ES - The Connection Between Breast Cancer and the Environment - The Autoimmune Epidemic: Bodies Gone Haywire in a World Out of Balance - The Dangers of …
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15 March 2008
Newsletter (15 March 2008)
EMF - Heavy Metals - Blood-Brain Barrier - Cognitive aging gingko memory study - Genotoxic effects of extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic fields (MF) evaluated by the Tradescantia-micronucleus assay - The Interphone saga gets weirder and weirder - Largest study finds evidence of association between EMFs and exposed worker suicide - Attitudes to the health dangers of non-thermal EMFs - Objections against the current limits for microwave …
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8 March 2008
Newsletter (08 March 2008)
Fertility: Answer Dr CK Chou, Motorola - ALZHEIMERS: A DISEASE OF THE YOUNG? - We love our mobiles, but are we being told all the facts about how safe they are? - SMALL RISK FOR CANCER FROM MOBILE PHONES? - CANCER THE PHONE - Vomiting and Diarrhea Plague Japanese Kindergartens - For the numerous people worldwide who have EHS - Cells could be the death of insects - Tadpoles are obsessed with antennas - A Tower of Issues - Neighbours convince city …
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1 March 2008
Newsletter (01 March 2008)
Cancer in EU at 'epidemic' levels - Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (UMTS, 1,950 MHz) induce genotoxic effects in vitro in human fibroblasts but not in lymphocytes - Commentary: Second Japanese Interphone Study - Mobile Phones: Do they pose a health risk to users? - ELF EMF increases other cancer risks as significantly as childhood leukaemia - Strokes among middle-aged women triple, despite blood pressure medications - Childhood …
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23 February 2008
16 February 2008
Newsletter (16 February 2008)
Nature of the changes in the morphofunctional and cytochemical indices of blood leukocytes as affected by low-intensity microwaves - Cell phone radiation may change protein expression in human skin - New case study confirms increased cancer risk by portable radio radiation - Japanese Interphone Results & Finnish Cell Phone Experiment - Setup and dosimetry for exposing anaesthetised pigs in vivo to 900 MHz GSM mobile phone fields - Can Cell …
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9 February 2008
Newsletter (09 February 2008)
Single Small-Scale Study in Japan Claims Mobiles Clear of Cancer Risk - Oh Yes? - Mobile phone use, exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic field, and brain tumour: a case-control study - Radiation fear on mobiles - Cell Phone Use Linked to Lower Sperm Counts - Fetal and neonatal responses following maternal exposure to mobile phones - US doctor links radio waves from cell phone towers to cancer - Lyon: School Cancers and Phone Mast …
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2 February 2008
Newsletter (02 February 2008)
Cordless Phones and Malignant Brain Tumours - Mobile Phone Base Station Exposure and Symptoms - Another Irish teenager suffers cardiac arrest - Allegations surface of more ABC cancer cases - Italy: Death of five people of the same family living near EMF - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Concerns Over Potential Radiation Impacts of Cellular Communication Towers on Migratory Birds and Other Wildlife - Fish goes into shock when exposed to cell …
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26 January 2008
Newsletter (26 January 2008)
Is Radiofrequency Radiation from Wireless Technologies a Risk Factor for Diabetes? - Phone makers' own scientists discover that bedtime use can lead to headaches, confusion and depression - Leukaemia cell culprit discovered - An Independent Analysis of the Interphone Studies to Date - Flawed Essex EHS study - CANADA SCHOOLS: WON THE FIGHT - Effects of RF/microwaves on birds - Birds harmed by electro magnetic radiation - Honey bees harmed by …
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