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13 July 2021

32 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health (9 July 2021)

32 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health (9 July 2021)
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety, 9 July 2021

Dr. Joel Moscowitz, University of California Berkeley, has been circulating abstracts of newly-published scientific papers on wireless radiation and electromagnetic fields (EMF) about once a month since August 2016. These updates are sent to several hundred EMF scientists around the world.

The latest additions appear below. The complete collection of abstracts now covers more than 1,000 scientific papers. This 1,000-page document (pdf) can be downloaded by clicking on the following link:


Note: This link will change when new abstracts are added to the collection.


Recent Research on Wireless Radiation and Electromagnetic Fields

News

European Commission published a new call for proposals for EMF and health research

The European Commission published a call for electromagnetic fields (EMF) and health research proposals (HORIZON-HLTH-2021-ENVHLTH-02-01) Proposals should address the potential hazards and risks from existing and emerging EMF exposures. By applying innovative monitoring methods, experimental evidence and modelling, several activities should be included, for example: monitoring exposures in the general population and specific risk groups including children and workers, assessment of new exposures (e.g., 5G), and investigating local and systemic biological and health effects. The deadline for submission of proposals is September 21, 2021. For more information see https://bit.ly/HorizonEMFcall.

BTW, many EU and non-EU countries actively support research on the effects of EMF; however, with few exceptions the U.S. has not supported research on EMF effects since the 1990's.

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"Moskowitz: Cellphone radiation is harmful, but few want to believe it"

Anne Brice interviewed Joel Moskowitz, Ph.D. for the University of California Berkeley News. This news release (July 1, 2021) resulted in many news stories which appeared worldwide that featured a paper my colleagues and I published last November in the International Journal of Environmental and Public Health Research: a meta-analysis of the case-control research on mobile phone use and tumor risk.

Recent Papers
(titles only - to view abstracts: https://bit.ly/saferemr070921)

Environmental impacts of 5G: A literature review of effects of radio-frequency electromagnetic field exposure of non-human vertebrates, invertebrates and plants

Health Council of the Netherlands and evaluation of the fifth generation, 5G, for wireless communication and cancer risks

The Critical Importance of Molecular Biomarkers and Imaging in the Study of Electrohypersensitivity. A Scientific Consensus International Report

Review of the scientific evidence on the individual sensitivity to electromagnetic fields (EHS)

Nonmalignant meningioma and vestibular schwannoma incidence trends in the United States, 2004-2017

Immunity and electromagnetic fields

Male cellular telephone exposure, fecundability, and semen quality: results from two preconception cohort studies

Smart devices/mobile phone in patients with epilepsy? A systematic review

Low-SAR Antenna Design and Implementation for Mobile Phone Applications

Magnetic Interference on Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices From Apple iPhone MagSafe Technology

Generational Risk of Colon and Rectal Cancer in Recent Birth Cohorts under Age 40 - the Hypothetical Role of Radiofrequency Radiation from Cell Phones

The non-thermal biological effects and mechanisms of microwave exposure

A review of protocols and guidelines addressing the exposure of occupants to electromagnetic field radiation (EMFR) in buildings

Exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields: Comparison of exposimeters with a novel body-worn distributed meter

Compliance Assessment of the Epithelial or Absorbed Power Density Below 10 GHz Using SAR Measurement Systems

Effect of Microwave Radiation on Experimental Tumor Growth at Different Intensity Levels

Moderate exercise training as an effective strategy to reduce the harmful effects of cell phone radiation on Wistar rat's semen quality

Acute effects of 2.856 GHz and 1.5 GHz microwaves on spatial memory abilities and CREB-related pathways

Electromagnetic Waves from Mobile Phones may Affect Rat Brain During Development

Residential exposure to electromagnetic fields and risk of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS): a dose-response meta-analysis

Surface Electromagnetic Waves at Gradual Interfaces between Lossy Media

Effect of the electric field at 50 Hz and variable intensities on biochemical markers in the honey bee's hemolymph

Role of insulin/glucagon ratio and cell redox state in the hyperglycaemia induced by exposure to a 60-Hz magnetic field in rats

Effects of Long-Term Exposure of Intermediate Frequency Magnetic Fields (20 kHz, 360 µT) on the Development, Pathological Findings, and Behavior of Female Mice

Biological effects of chronic exposure of Blaptica dubia (aka Dubia roach) nymphs to static and extremely low frequency magnetic fields

Static Magnetic Stimulation Induces Changes in the Oxidative Status and Cell Viability Parameters in a Primary Culture Model of Astrocytes

Static Magnetic Field (0.2-0.4 T) Stimulates the Self-Renewal Ability of Osteosarcoma Stem Cells Through Autophagic Degradation of Ferritin

The Role of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields on the Radical Pair Mechanism

Magnetic sensitivity of cryptochrome 4 from a migratory songbird

The Magnetic Compass of Birds: The Role of Cryptochrome

Unravelling the enigma of bird magnetoreception

Random Effects in Magnetobiology and a Way to Summarize Them

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Recent posts on Electromagnetic Radiation Safety


Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity

5G Wireless Technology: Is 5G Harmful to Our Health?

European Parliament: 5G Health Effects and Environmental Effects

5G Wireless Technology: Millimeter Wave Health Effects
Effect of Mobile Phones on Sperm Quality

Research on Wireless Radiation Exposure to the Immune System

Electromagnetic fields threaten wildlife
Tips to Reduce Your Wireless Radiation Exposure

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Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director
Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley

Electromagnetic Radiation Safety

Website: https://www.saferemr.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SaferEMR
Twitter: @berkeleyprc

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