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Vaičiulis, V.; Venclovienė, J.; Tamošiūnas, A.; Kiznys, D.; Lukšienė, D.; Krančiukaitė-Butylkinienė, D.; Radišauskas, R. Associations between Space Weather Events and the Incidence of Acute Myocardial Infarction and Deaths from Ischemic Heart Disease. Atmosphere 2021, 12, 306. https://doi.org/10.3390/atmos12030306 Abstract The effects of charged solar particles hitting the Earth’s magnetosphere are often harmful and can be dangerous to the human...
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A JAMA journal is retracting and replacing a 2020 paper which linked exposure to nonionizing radiation — think cellphones, Bluetooth devices and microwave ovens — during pregnancy to the risk for attention deficit disorder later in childhood after a reader pointed out a critical error in the study.  The paper, “Association Between Maternal Exposure to Magnetic...
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Source: https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/robots-in-schools–new-teaching-methods-on-the-horizon-/46410282 The pandemic is forcing us to rethink everything, even how we teach. What if robots are the future of education? This content was published on March 1, 2021 – 15:39 Sara Ibrahim Christian Raaflaub Thymio, Lexi, Elias, Pepper, Nao, Anastasia, Kaspar: they could be your child’s new classmates. They are diligent but not competitive, they...
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New York University. “Social media use driven by search for reward, akin to animals seeking food.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 26 February 2021. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/02/210226103811.htm Date: February 26, 2021 Source: New York University Summary: Our use of social media, specifically our efforts to maximize ‘likes,’ follows a pattern of ‘reward learning,’ concludes a new study by an international...
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Thomas Münzel, Omar Hahad, Andreas Daiber, The dark side of nocturnal light pollution. Outdoor light at night increases risk of coronary heart disease, European Heart Journal, Volume 42, Issue 8, 21 February 2021, Pages 831–834, https://doi.org/10.1093/eurheartj/ehaa866 This editorial refers to ‘Outdoor light at night and risk of coronary heart disease among older adults: a prospective cohort study’†,...
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Image Credit: Coline Haslé at Unsplash.com Topics •5G/Skin •ICNIRP •Brain hemorrhage And more at https://mailchi.mp/emfsa/news To receive our monthly newsletter: https://www.emfsa.co.za/newsletter/ For enquiries: https://www.emfsa.co.za/contact/ To join our free educational webinars, contact us at the above link. Apart from our other services, we offer online consultations. For the Safer Use of Technology
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Image credit: Alexa Lech Article Source: https://www.advalvas.vu.nl/verhalen/ik-ben-aangesteld-om-het-gezonde-verstand-te-beledigen (Auto- translated from Dutch) James Lech is a scientific jack of all trades. He understands physics, medicine, biology and likes to study law. He developed a health program that will soon be tested by the police. And maybe there will be a Netflix series about Lech’s work. BY WELMOED VISSER, February 17, 2021...
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Image credit: Carlos de Souza, Unsplash.com China Standards 2035 Chinese government is working towards a standards master plan — China Standards 2035, a blueprint for China’s government bodies and leading technology companies to set global standards for emerging technologies like 5G internet, IoT, artificial intelligence, e-commerce traceability, smart and green manufacturing, and clean energy, among...
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Is the Appellate Court ruling misinterpreted? The full verdict is accessible from this link Opinion 1: California Appellate Court DID NOT rule about Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) as a disability. The case is far from over, and nothing’s been proven yet. As Judge Wiley who concurred on the ruling stated: “I worry about giving any sort of...
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Professor Tom Butler, University of Cork (An extended working paper) AbstractDigital wireless technologies increasingly employ radiofrequency non-ionizing radiation (NIR/RFR) for wireless communication. Early wireless technology innovation focused on military, aviation, and telecommunication applications, such as radar and microwave communications. However, the 1980s saw the rollout of commercial consumer-oriented wireless cellular telecommunications systems. While concerns on...
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