Posted by: connectivetissue | September 3, 2009

Mobile Phones, Electro-magnetic Fields, and Public Health

Mobile Phone Radiation Poses Threat to Public Health

Mobile Phone Radiation Poses Threat to Public Health

Everyday we swim in a sea of electromagnetic radiation produced by electrical appliances, power lines, and a slew of modern technologies. New research is suggesting that exposure to elevated levels of EMF magnetic fields such as those from electric power transmission lines are implicated in a number of adverse health effects. These include but are not limited to childhood leukemias, breast cancer, neurodegenerative diseases such as ALS, miscarriage, and cllinical depression.

There appears to be a statistical correlation between various diseases and living near power-lines. The physical mechanism is still unclear however it is believed that the EMF is disrupting the ability of our cells to communicate with each other. This disruption in intercellular communication is happening at least partly in the connective tissue , which is exquisitely sensitive to small changes in electricomagnetic disruption.  These disruptions can cause symptoms of electrosensitivity such as inability to sleep, general malaise and headaches as well as more serious concerns.

How Mobile Phone Radiation Penetrates the Brain

How Mobile Phone Radiation Penetrates the Brain

Check out these links for more information:

Dr. Mercola

Magnetic Fields and Miscarriages 1

Magnetic Fields and Miscarriages 2

Neurodegenerative Diseases in Workers Exposed to High Levels of Magnetic Fields

Epidemiologic Literature on EMF and Health

Magnetic Field Exposure and Neurodegenerative Disease

Increased Exposure to Aerosol Polutants Under Power Lines

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