Tag: Low frequency

Low-frequency electromagnetic fields and cancer: how the source of funding affects outcomes

While there is evidence that overexposure to alternating magnetic fields from 50- to 60-Hz electricity increases cancer risk, many argue that the evidence is contradictory and inconclusive. This is especially true for magnetic field exposure and childhood leukemia. An important goal of this study is to examine how the funding source affects the reported outcomes…
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Sleep disorders and headaches

The pineal gland is located in the center of the brain and produces the important neurohormone melatonin, which controls the sleep and wake rhythm for humans. The pineal gland is very sensitive to electrosmog and reduces the production of melatonin. As a result, sleep disturbances may occur. Sleeping through the night becomes more difficult and…
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