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19 September 2023

27 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health (18 September 2023)

27 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety, 18 September 2023

Dr. Joel Moscowitz, University of California Berkeley, has been circulating abstracts of newly-published scientific papers on radio frequency and other non-ionizing electromagnetic fields (EMF) about once a month since 2016. The complete collection of these papers contains more than 1,900 abstracts and links to more than 2,000 papers. Several hundred EMF scientists around the world receive these updates.

To see abstracts for the most recent papers or to download volumes 1 and/or 2 of this collection go to:

Recent Research on Wireless Radiation and Electromagnetic Fields

The European Union assessments of radiofrequency radiation health risks – another hard nut to crack (Review)

Effects of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Field (RF-EMF) exposure on pregnancy and birth outcomes: A systematic review of experimental studies on non-human mammals

Interaction of Millimetre Waves Used in 5G Network with Cells and Tissues of Head-and-Neck Region: A Literature Review

The effect of wireless communication standard on adults and children

Where is your smartphone? An unusual mass within the tensor fasciae latae muscle

In vitro exposure of neuronal networks to the 5G-3.5 GHz signal

Misinterpretations in inferences on the causal contribution of cell phones to brain tumour incidence in South Korea: Response to Moon (2023)

Safety Assessment and Uncertainty Quantification of Electromagnetic Radiation from Mobile Phones to the Human Head

An Exposimetric Electromagnetic Comparison of Mobile Phone Emissions: 5G versus 4G Signals Analyses by Means of Statistics and Convolutional Neural Networks Classification

Comparison of ambient radiofrequency electromagnetic field (RF-EMF) levels in outdoor areas and public transport in Switzerland in 2014 and 2021

Occupational Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields-Different from General Public Exposure and Laboratory Studies

A Survey on EMF-Aware Mobile Network Planning

Measurement and risk perception of non-ionizing radiation from base transceiver stations in Dhaka City of Bangladesh

Community engagement programs on radiation and health: addressing public concerns

Computational modeling of the variation of the transmembrane potential of the endothelial cells of the blood-brain barrier subject to an external electric field

Quantitative proteomics reveals effects of environmental radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on embryonic neural stem cells

Impact of weak radiofrequency and static magnetic fields on key signaling molecules, intracellular pH, membrane potential, and cell growth in HT-1080 fibrosarcoma cells

Metformin Ameliorates 2.856 GHz Microwave-Radiation-Induced Reproductive Impairments in Male Rats via Inhibition of Oxidative Stress and Apoptosis

Effect of WiFi signal exposure in utero and early life on neurodevelopment and behaviors of rats

A primary study on rat fetal development and brain-derived neurotrophic factor levels under the control of electromagnetic fields

In-vivo measurement of radio frequency electric fields in mice brain

Do electromagnetic fields used in telecommunications affect wild plant species? A control impact study conducted in the field

Effect of extremely low-frequency electromagnetic radiation on pregnancy outcome: A meta-analysis

Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure and Childhood Leukemia: Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review

Correlations between geomagnetic field and global occurrence of cardiovascular diseases: evidence from 204 territories in different latitude

Influence of Electromagnetic Field with Frequency of 50 Hz in form of Doses on Selected Biochemical Markers of Honey Bee

No evidence for magnetic field effects on the behaviour of Drosophila

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