December 2020: 23 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health

Credit for this post: Electromagnetic Radiation Safety

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Recent Papers

Cellular Phone Use and Risk of Tumors: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

5G Wireless: Capabilities and Challenges for an Evolving Network (U.S. Government Accountability Office

Health Council of the Netherlands Advisory Report: 5G and Health

Association Between Mobile Phone Radiation Exposure and the Secretion of Melatonin and Cortisol, Two Markers of the Circadian System: A Review

Association between estimated whole-brain radiofrequency electromagnetic fields dose and cognitive function in preadolescents and adolescents

Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields from Mobile Communication: Description of Modeled Dose in Brain Regions and the Body in European Children and Adolescents

Effects of different mobile phone UMTS signals on DNA, apoptosis and oxidative stress in human lymphocytes

Comparing chromosome damage induced by mobile telephony radiation and a high caffeine dose: Effect of combination and exposure duration

Effect of mobile phone usage on cognitive functions, sleep pattern, visuospatial ability in Parkinson’s patients; a possible correlation with onset of clinical symptoms

The association of smart mobile phone usage with cognitive function impairment in Saudi adult population

Metabolomics and psychological features in fibromyalgia and electromagnetic sensitivity

The use of a bed with an insulating system of electromagnetic fields improves immune function, redox and inflammatory states, and decrease the rate of aging

Modelling of Total Exposure in Hypothetical 5G Mobile Networks for Varied Topologies and User Scenarios

Radiofrequency exposure of people living near mobile-phone base stations in France

Assessing The Compliance Of Electromagnetic Fields Radiated by Base Stations And wifi Access Points With International Guidelines On University Campus

Radiofrequency Fields and Calcium Movements Into and Out of Cells

Possible effects of different doses of 2.1 GHz electromagnetic radiation on learning, and hippocampal levels of cholinergic biomarkers in Wistar ra

Morphological changes in the vertebrae and central canal of rat pups born after exposure to the electromagnetic field of pregnant rats

Long-term 1800MHz electromagnetic radiation did not induce Balb/c-3T3 cells malignant transformation

Exposure of the SH-SY5Y Human Neuroblastoma Cells to 50-Hz Magnetic Field: Comparison Between Two-Dimensional (2D) and Three-Dimensional (3D) In Vitro Cultures

Effect of Intermittent Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields on Umbilical Cord Blood Lymphocytes

Exposure To Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields In Low- And Middle-Income Countries: An Overview

Physiological Ca 2+ Transients Versus Pathological Steady-State Ca 2+ Elevation, Who Flips the ROS Coin in Skeletal Muscle Mitochondria

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