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5 July 2019 The results of the recent IARC Monographs evaluation of the carcinogenicity of night shift work have now been published in The Lancet Oncology. This summary article presents the conclusions of the IARC Monographs Meeting 124. Shift work involving circadian disruption was previously evaluated by the IARC Monographs, in 2007. In this updated evaluation, the Working Group chose the...
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    Dr Karl – Misleading and Wrong Information and  a  much deeper problem in the selection of experts.  
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Re-posted from Microwave News https://microwavenews.com/news-center/de-kun-li-crc The following may well make you think twice before putting a phone in your pocket again. Americans in their 20s are getting more colon and rectal cancer. Those born in 1990 now face four times the risk of developing rectal cancer and twice the risk of colon cancer, compared to...
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Body clocks concept (stock image). Credit: © vectorfusionart / Adobe Stock   Date:May 30, 2019 Source: University of California – Irvine Summary: Researchers have suspected that the body’s various circadian clocks can operate independently from the central clock in the hypothalamus of the brain. Now, they have found a way to test that theory. Can your...
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Source: Lancet April 17, 2019 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S1470-2045(19)30246-3 Excerpt: An Advisory Group of 29 scientists from 18 countries met in March, 2019, to recommend priorities for the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Monographs programme during 2020–24. IARC periodically convenes such advisory groups to ensure that the Monographs evaluations reflect the current state of scientific evidence relevant to...
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  A cellular phone tower is pictured at Weston Elementary School in Ripon, Calif. on Tuesday March 12, 2019. Image credit JOAN BARNETT LEEJLEE@MODBEE.COM Parents in Ripon have been fighting for a Sprint cell tower to come down for roughly two years. Kellie Prime and Monica Ferrulli have been fighting for the removal since their sons, Kyle...
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Deuterium: A piece of the puzzle Gábor Somlyai [ https://preventa.org/ ] graduated as a biologist at the József Attila University (now University of Szeged) in 1982. Between 1982 and 1990 he worked for the Department of Plant Pathology, Plant Protection Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. From 1983 to 1986 he had a scholarship...
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News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, November 1, 2018, 10:00 a.m. EDT Contact: Virginia Guidry, NIEHS 919-541-1993 National Toxicology Program releases final reports on rat and mouse studies of radio frequency radiation like that used in 2G and 3G cell phone technologies The National Toxicology Program (NTP) concluded there is clear evidence that male rats...
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