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09 November 2021

30 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health (8 November 2021)

30 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health (8 November 2021)
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety, 8 November 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. Several hundred EMF scientists around the world receive these updates. The complete collection of these papers contains more than 1,300 abstracts.

To see abstracts for the most recent papers or to download the 1,094-page document (pdf) go to: https://bit.ly/saferemr110821

Recent Research on Wireless Radiation and Electromagnetic Fields


Call for Experts: WHO Task Group on Radiofrequency Fields and Health Risks

The World Health Organization (WHO) is seeking experts to serve as members of the Task Group on Radiofrequency Fields and Health Risks that will contribute to the development of a WHO monograph. This Call provides information about the Task group, the expert profiles being sought, and the application and selection process. Task group members should have no significant conflict of interest that would impair their neutrality, independence or objectivity. To register your interest in being considered for the Task Group please submit the following documents by November 30, 2021. https://bit.ly/WHO-RFexpertcall

U.S. EPA Calls for Nominations for Board of Scientific Counselors (Due by November 12)

In an October 18 Federal Register notice (https://www.federalregister.gov/d/2021-22581), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) called for nominations for technical experts to serve on its Board of Scientific Counselors, a federal advisory committee to the Office of Research and Development. More information and links to nomination forms are available at https://www.epa.gov/bosc. Nominations are due by November 12.

The board consists of non-EPA scientists, engineers, and economists who are experts in their respective fields. EPA will consider nominees from industry, business, public and private research institutes or organizations, academia, government (federal, state, local, and tribal) and non-government organizations, and other relevant interest areas. Nominees are sought with expertise in a variety of fields, including environmental modeling, exposure science and assessment, information and data science, NAMs, physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling, risk assessment, and toxicology.

New Papers

The conspiracy of Covid-19 and 5G: Spatial analysis fallacies in the age of data democratization

Solar Activity Is Associated With Diastolic and Systolic Blood Pressure in Elderly Adults

Assessment of Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields: Review and Future Directions

Accurately assessing exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields from 5G networks

Physical units to report intensity of electromagnetic wave

The effects of radiofrequency exposure on male fertility and adverse reproductive outcomes: A protocol for two systematic reviews of human observational studies with meta-analysis (WHO EHC)

The effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields exposure on human self-reported symptoms: A protocol for a systematic review of human experimental studies (WHO EHC)

Radio-frequency exposure of the yellow fever mosquito (A. aegypti) from 2 to 240 GHz

The detrimental effect of cell phone radiation on sperm biological characteristics in normozoospermic

Prenatal chronic exposure to electromagnetic fields modulated adenosine deaminase activity in serum and brain of Wistar rats’ offspring
The Effect of Mobile Radiation on the Oxidative Stress Biomarkers in Pregnant Mice\

No Significant Effects of Cellphone Electromagnetic Radiation on Mice Memory or Anxiety: Some Mixed Effects on Traumatic Brain Injured Mice

Cellular stress response to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields (ELF-EMF): An explanation for controversial effects of ELF-EMF on apoptosis (Review)

Melatonin: a Potential Shield against Electromagnetic Waves

Static magnetic field measurements of smart phones and watches and applicability to triggering magnet modes in implantable pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators

Interpretation of Timetrends (1996-2017) of the Incidence of Selected Cancers in England in Relation to Mobile Phone Use as a Possible Risk Factor

Psychological models of development of idiopathic environmental intolerances: Evidence from longitudinal population-based data

RF Measurements of EMFs for Human Exposure Assessment Due to Modern Cellular Base Stations (5G)

Spatial variability of outdoor exposure to radiofrequency radiation from mobile phone base stations, in Khartoum, Sudan

Near Field Exposure Conditions by UHF-RFID Systems in Smart Healthcare Environments

Human‑made electromagnetic fields: Ion forced‑oscillation and voltage‑gated ion channel dysfunction, oxidative stress and DNA damage (Review)

Hippocampal Oxidative Stress Induced by Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation and the Neuroprotective Effects of Aerobic Exercise in Rats: A Randomized Control Trial

Vm-related extracellular potentials observed in red blood cells

A survey on electromagnetic hypersensitivity: the example from Poland

The Havana Syndrome and Microwave Weapons [Health Matters]

Electromagnetic Exposure Dosimetry Study on Two Free Rats at 1.8 GHz via Numerical Simulation

Design and Dosimetric Characterization of a Broadband Exposure Facility for In Vitro Experiments in the Frequency Range 18-40.5 GHz

The ecology of electricity and electroreception

Effects of an electric field on sleep quality and life span mediated by ultraviolet (UV)-A/blue light photoreceptor CRYPTOCHROME in Drosophila

Tracking Devices for Pets: Health Risk Assessment for Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields


Recent posts on Electromagnetic Radiation Safety

Health Effects of Cellphone & Cell Tower Radiation: Implications for 5G Webinar
Key Cell Phone Radiation Research Studies
ICNIRP’s Exposure Guidelines for Radio Frequency Fields
Female Infertility & Cell Phone Radiation
Effect of Mobile Phones on Sperm Quality
Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity


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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