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Alzheimers, Dementia and Electrosmog

Alzheimers, Dementia and Electrosmog

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Electrosmog and Dementia (1 June 2012)

Here are references and links to 72 articles linking electrosmog exposures with dementia. The current ICNIRP’s safety guidelines for radiofrequency exposures were only developed to protect healthy adult males under 6 minute exposures. How much evidence is needed to apply the precautionary principle? For other EMF bibliographies see: http://www.scribd.com/collections/3440803/Electrosmog-Bibiographies
Electrosmog and Dementia (1 June 2012)

Here are references and links to 72 articles linking electrosmog exposures with dementia. The current ICNIRP’s safety guidelines for radiofrequency exposures were only developed to protect healthy adult males under 6 minute exposures. How much evidence is needed to apply the precautionary principle? For other EMF bibliographies see: http://www.scribd.com/collections/3440803/Electrosmog-Bibiographies

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Electrosmog and Dementia
1 June 2012Here are references and links to 72 articles linking electrosmog exposures with dementia. The currentICNIRP’s safety guidelines for radiofrequency exposures were only developed to protect healthy adult malesunder 6 minute exposures. How much evidence is needed to apply the precautionary principle?For other EMF bibliographies see:http://www.scribd.com/collections/3440803/Electrosmog-Bibiographies
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 NIH RePORTER
; 07 01http://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_description.cfm?aid=2735675TheElectrosmog Bibliography Collectionalso contains:Autism (10 References)Blood Brain Barrier (47 References)Breast Cancer (77 References)Cataracts (61 References)Hearing (39 References)Headaches (48 References)Base Stations, TV and radio masts, Power lines (92 References)Depression and suicide (48 References)Male fertility (135 References)Prenatal Effects (166 References)Wildlife (149 References)Other EMF-related Scribd collections which may be of interest include:- 3 -

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