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ELF-EMF Hazards Reviews
The wide spectra of symptoms after no-ionizing exposition to low frequencies is reviewed

Pablo Andueza Munduate

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tables updated: 05/07/2018

Applied Fields - Hazards
Various Freq. Hazards Reviews

Various Freq. Hazards Reviews

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Author(s)
AAssociation between parental occupational exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields and childhood nervous system tumors risk: A meta-analysisNo comments yet icon2018-(1)Liling Su, Chuning Zhao, Yumin Jin, Ying Lei, Liqin Lu, Guangdi Chen
Favailable in PDFAssociation between ELF and RF electromagnetic field and LeukemiaNo comments yet icon2015-(10)Majid Mahdavi, Reza Yekta, Saeed Hesami Tackallou
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubThe Effect of Extremely Low Frequency Alternating Magnetic Field on the Behavior of Animals in the Presence of the Geomagnetic FieldCommentary icon2015-(9)Natalia A. Belova, Daniel Acosta-Avalos
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubThe Influence of Electromagnetic Pollution on Living Organisms: Historical Trends and Forecasting ChangesNo comments yet icon2015-(14)Bogdan Lewczuk, Grzegorz Redlarski, Arkadiusz gak, Natalia ZióBkowska, Barbara Przybylska-Gornowicz, Marek Krawczuk
Favailable in PDFHazard of Electromagnetic Fields in BiosphereNo comments yet icon2014-(11)Marko S. Markov
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubHealth Implications of Electromagnetic Fields, Mechanisms of Action, and Research NeedsNo comments yet icon2014-(25)Sarika Singh, Neeru Kapoor
Favailable in PDFEffect of Exposure to Non-ionizing Radiation (Electromagnetic Fields) on Human System: A Literature ReviewNo comments yet icon2014-(4)Paula Rubya Souza Câmara
Favailable in PDFExhibit E: An Update on the Genetic Effects of Nonionizing Electromagnetic FieldsNo comments yet icon2014-(94)Henry Lai
Favailable in PDFExhibit D: An Update on Neurological Effects of Nonionizing Electromagnetic FieldsNo comments yet icon2014- (153)Henry Lai
Favailable in PDFEffect of Electromagnetic Radiations on Neurodegenerative Diseases- Technological Revolution as a Curse in DisguiseNo comments yet icon2014-(7)Gulam M. Hasan, Ishfaq A. Sheikh, Sajjad Karim, Absarul Haque, Mohammad A. Kamal, Adeel G. Chaudhary, Essam Azhar, Zeenat Mirza
Favailable in PDFHuman disease resulting from exposure to electromagnetic fieldsCommentary icon2013-(14)David O. Carpenter
Favailable in PDFElectromagnetic Interaction between environmental Field and Living systems determines Health and Well-BeingNo comments yet icon2013-(41)Dimitris J. Panagopoulos
Favailable in PDFElectromagnetic field exposure and male breast cancer risk: a meta-analysis of 18 studiesNo comments yet icon2013-(6)Jing-Wen Sun, Xiao-Rong Li, Hong-Yu Gao, Jie-Yun Yin, Qin Qin, Shao-Fa Nie, Sheng Wei
Favailable in PDFBI2012: Findings in Autism (ASD) Consistent with Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and Radiofrequency Radiation (RFR)No comments yet icon2012- (106)Martha Herbert, Cindy Sage
Favailable in PDFBI2012: The Cellular Stress Response: EMF-DNA InteractionNo comments yet icon2012-(22)Martin Blank
Favailable in PDFBees, Birds and MankindNo comments yet icon2007-(48)Ulrich Warnke

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