Research Study Updates

December 10th , 2015
Dosimetric Simulations of Brain Absorption of Mobile Phone Radiation–The Relationship Between psSAR and Age

Anatomically based state of the art evaluations which rely on FDTD simulations of different tissues within the brain confirm that the psSAR in a child’s brain from cell phone radiation is higher than in an adult’s brain. Read more

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November 14th , 2015
Cell Phone Radiofrequency Radiation Study
Long-term exposure to electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones and Wi-Fi devices decreases plasma prolactin, progesterone, and estrogen levels but increases uterine oxidative stress in pregnant rats and their offspring

The journal Endocrine published this study that concludes, “Mobile phone- and Wi-Fi-induced EMR may be one cause of increased oxidative uterine injury in growing rats and decreased hormone levels in maternal rats”. Read more.

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August 15th , 2015
Mobile Phone Exposures
Real versus Simulated Mobile Phone Exposures in Experimental Studies

Studies employing real mobile phone exposures demonstrate an almost 100% consistency in showing adverse effects whereas studies employing simulated EMF-emissions present a strong inconsistency among their results with less than 50% of them reporting effects. Read more

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June 19th , 2015
children’s exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields
International policy and advisory response regarding children’s exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF)

This paper details the wide range of policy approaches on RF-EMF in various countries and recommends that “ICNIRP guidelines need to urgently publish how the head, torso, and limbs’ exposure limits were calculated and what safety margin was applied since this exposure, especially to the abdomen, is now dominant in many children.” Read more

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June 7th , 2015
RFR induces oxidative effects in biological systems
Research Review: Oxidative mechanisms of biological activity of low-intensity radiofrequency radiation

This review published in Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine found that among 100 peer-reviewed papers “93 confirmed that RFR induces oxidative effects in biological systems.” Read more

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March 6th , 2015
Jacobs University Press Release on Replication Study Showing Radiofrequency fields enhance cancer tumor growth March 6, 2015

Environmental Health trust has found that this press release was removed from Jacobs University Website. EHT is posting it here as a public service. It can also be accessed at the WayBackMachine internet archive. March 6, 2015 Higher tumor rates through exposure to electromagnetic fields Electromagnetic fields stimulate the growth of tumors in mice. This […]

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February 25th , 2015
Mobile phone radiation causes brain tumors
Review Paper: Mobile phone radiation causes brain tumors and should be classified as a probable human carcinogen

The International Journal of Oncology published this research review that concludes the evidence has increased and RF-EMF should be classified as a probable human carcinogen. They advise that the as low as reasonable achievable (ALARA) principle be adopted for uses of this technology. Read more  

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October 16th , 2014
Science on Cell Phones and Wi-Fi
Decreased Survival of Glioma Patients with Astrocytoma Grade IV (Glioblastoma Multiforme) Associated with Long-Term Use of Mobile and Cordless Phones

The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health published this study that found decreased survival for patients with glioma was associated with long-term use of wireless phones. Read more.

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October 1st , 2014
EMF
Cell and cordless phone risk for glioma – Analysis of pooled case-control studies in Sweden, 1997-2003 and 2007-2009

This pooled analysis of two case-control studies on cell phone use and malignant brain tumours found the highest risk was found for glioma in the temporal lobe and first use of mobile or cordless phone before the age of 20 gave higher OR for glioma than in later age groups. Read more.

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September 4th , 2014
Effect of mobile telephones on sperm quality
Effect of mobile telephones on sperm quality: A systematic review and meta-analysis

A systematic review followed by meta-analysis published in Environment International found exposure to mobile phones was associated with reduced sperm motility, viability and concentration. Read more.

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