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19 June 2016

Studies on Electrosensitivity (ES) and Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS)

An invaluable source of information on studies on ES and EHS.

Studies on electrosensitivity (ES) and electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS)
Michael Bevington, June 2016
Link to 16-page document.

There are many thousands of peer-reviewed studies relevant to ES/EHS. This very limited selection of about 200 studies and references aims to provide an indication of the wide range of studies available.  This selection does not attempt to give the earliest or most recent studies on any topic. This selection concentrates on positive studies which indicate the range of relevant evidence.


1 General, reviews, Historical evidence

2 Specific ES/EHS symptoms from man-made environmental radiation

Base Stations, Mobile Phone/Radio/TV Masts
Computers, TVs
Mobile Phones
MRI Scanners
Power Lines, high frequency voltage transients
Pre-natal Exposure
Provocation Tests
Smart Meters

3 Other effects and mechanisms of non-thermal EM exposure

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Antibiotic resistance in bacteria
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), Autism
Blood-brain barrier leakage
Calcium flux, cell membrane permeability, phospholipids
Cancers, immunodeficiency
Cardiovascular changes
Fertility reduced: Female, Male births, Male
Gender differences
Genetic variants
Glucose metabolism, diabetes
Heavy metals
Mast cells
Melatonin reduction, circadian effects
Myelin, Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Neurological effects, anxiety, EEG, learning, memory, sleep
Nitric oxide
Non-linear effects, ‘windows’
Non-thermal effects
Oxidative stress, redox state
Protein expression
Reactive oxygen species (ROS), Heat shock proteins (HSP)
Resonance signalling, ion cyclotron resonance
Skin effects
Stem cells, osteoblasts
Sympathetic nervous system
Therapeutic uses
Tumour promotion

4 Biological safety limits; criticism of heating-only limits
5 Living with EHS (functional impairment, socio-economic effects)
6 Proposed diagnostic markers
7 Differences between EHS and Electrophobia/Nocebo
8 Electromagnetic warfare
9 Natural geomagnetic disturbances
10 Further information


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