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Electromagnetic fields and effects on the body


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Havas, Magda, and Dave Stetzer. 2004. G/S filters improve power quality in homes and schools, reduce blood sugar levels among diabetics. Int. Conf. Childhood
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Havas, Magda, and David Stetzer., 2004. Dirty electricity and electrical sensitivity: five case studies. WHO Workshop on Electrical Hypersensitivity. October, Czech Republic, Prague.

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Electromagnetic fields and cardiovascular illness


Hillman, Donald, Ph.D Nov. 2005. Exposure to Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF) Linked to Neuro-Endocrine Stress Syndrome: Increased Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, & Cancer , Shocking News #8, Michigan State University.


Huber, Rito, et al. 2003. Radio frequency electromagnetic field exposure in humans: estimation of SAR distribution in the brain, effects on sleep, and heart rate.
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Dirty power and electrical leakage shown to cause illness in animals and people


Burchard, Javier, et al. 2003. Effect of 10 kV/m and 30 μT, 60 Hz, electric and magnetic fields on milk production and feed intake in non-pregnant dairy cattle. Bioelectromagnetics 24:557-562.

Calogero, S., et al, 2004. Effects of extremely low frequency
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Hillman, D., Charles Goeke, and Richard Moser. 2004. Electric and magnetic
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Studies published in 2003-2005 demonstrating biological effects from exposure to low-intensity radiofrequency radiation

·    "Alterations in Calcium Ion Activity Caused by ELF and RF Electromagnetic Fields

·    Dr Bruce McLoud James Lin, Dosimetery 1-Wireless Communication ANTENNAS FOR CELLULAR TELEPHONES WITH REDUCED POWER DEPOSITION IN THEBODY OF THE USER. M.G. Douglas*, M. Okoniewski* and S.S. Stuchly. Department of Electrical &Computer Engineering, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia V8W 3P6, Canada.


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