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Environ Res. 2018 May;163:208-216. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2018.01.032. Epub 2018 Feb 22. Abstract In the interaction of microwave radiation and human beings, the skin is traditionally considered as just an absorbing sponge stratum filled with water. In previous works, we showed that this view is flawed when we demonstrated that the coiled portion of the sweat duct...
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Abstract The spread of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) is rising and health effects are still under investigation. RF-EMF promote oxidative stress, a condition involved in cancer onset, in several acute and chronic diseases and in vascular homeostasis. Although some evidences are still controversial, the WHO IARC classified RF-EMF as “possible carcinogenic to humans”, and more...
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Professor Olle Johansson: Last week I watched a very interesting TV interview with the former WHO head and former prime minister of Norway, med. dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, who described her increasing sensitivity to sunlight (= polymorphous light eruption; solar eczema; see a recent article (in Norwegian):  http://www.side2.no/aktuelt/ukjent-lidelse-gro-kan-ikke-ga-ut-om-dagen/3423298155.html  She nowadays have to stay indoors behind...
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The take-away message from the Science and Wireless 2016: RF-EMF exposures affect beta-amyloid proteins in brains of transgenic mice. Effect on beta-amyloid protein is caused by non-thermal mechanism. It is still unclear whether observed beneficial effects of RF-EMF in transgenic mice will apply to human AD ICNIRP stubbornly disregards all evidence concerning non-thermal effects of...
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