by Marina Zhang, theepochtimes.com, 16 August 2023
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In this series, we will explore the invisible yet omnipresent electromagnetic fields from common home electronics to 5G and their potential impact on health.
Infertility is increasingly affecting younger people of reproductive age; around 1 in 5 couples struggle with infertility, and miscarriage rates have been increasing by 1 percent every year.
EMFs and Reproductive Organ Damage
EMFs from wireless and electronic devices can induce oxidative stress within cells sensitive to these environmental signals.
Organs involved in reproduction are vulnerable to damage from EMFs, and animal studies have established a connection.