Animal Deaths Near Cell Phone Relay Tower April 1, 2008Posted by healthyself in Accelerated Aging, Aging, Alarming, Animal Research, Animals, Bioeffects, Biological Effects, Biologically Signficant, birds, Blogroll, Canaries, Captive Animals, Cell Masts, Cell Phone Transmissions, Danger, Death, Death Rates, Diagnostic marker, EMF Research, EMF-induced effects, Environment, Evidence, Exposure, Health Risks, Heightened Risk, Horse, Interdisciplinary, Investigate, Investigators, lethality, Long Term Health Effects, Long Term Health Risks, masts, Medical Research, Pulsed Radiation, Rabbits, Risk of Disease, Rural Areas, Safety, State Parks, University, University Research, Unsafe, Who is Affected?.
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“When that tower went up, he ended up losing his animals little by little,” … “While domestic birds sang and a rooster crowed in the background”….a litany of deaths on the farm…”a dog staggering around and then keeling over, and ….a goat suddenly dying from a seizure. Four years ago, a horse fell over on its side, never to recover.”
“How many animals have died?”
“You couldn’t count them,”….”Over the winter, …a large truck box with the bodies of rabbits and birds.”
“It’s the latter that’s attracted the attention of the province’s Natural Resources Department. Upon hearing of robins, finches and other song birds dying at the property, department officials requested that the farm owner send an animal for testing to the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown.”
“College vets will conduct tests on a guinea pig that died at the farm, but it could be weeks before they have answers.”
Mobile Use Increases Tumor Risk December 26, 2007Posted by healthyself in Bioeffects, Biological Activity, Biological Effects, Biologically Signficant, Blogroll, Cell changes, Cell Phone Pulses, Cell phone safety, Cell Phone Transmissions, Cell Phones, Cellular Morphology, Cytotoxic Effects, Data, earphones, Electromagnetic Communications, Electromagnetic Radiation, Electrosmog, ELF, EMF Exposure, EMF Research, EMF's, EMF-induced effects, Environment, Epidemiologists, Epidemiology, Exposure, Frequencies, Health Risks, Human Populations, Hz, Immune system, Investigators, Lifestyle, Lifetime, Long Term Health Effects, Long Term Health Risks, Malignant, Men's Health, Parotid Gland, radiation, Research, Research Needed, Risk Factor, Risk of Cancer, Risk of Disease, Tumors, Who is Affected?, WiFi, Wireless Phones, Women's Health.
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Israeli study says regular mobile use increases tumour risk
“Regular use of mobile telephones increases the risk of developing tumours, a new scientific study …. revealed on Friday. ” “…the report .. …newspaper put the risk of developing a parotid gland tumour nearly 50 percent higher for frequent mobile phone users — more than 22 hours a month. The risk was still higher if users clamped the phone to the same ear, did not use hands-free devices or were in rural areas.” “Analysis restricted to regular users or to conditions that may yield higher levels of exposure (eg heavy use in rural areas) showed consistently elevated risks,” said an abstract …made available…. The study included 402 benign and 58 malignant incident cases of parotid gland tumour diagnosed in
Children are Guinea Pigs for WiFi August 13, 2007Posted by healthyself in Animal Research, Cable, Cancer, Children, Children's health, Danger, Dangerous, Data, Electromagnetic Radiation, Environment, headaches, High Frequencies, Internet, Investigate, Investigators, Knees, Laptops, nausea, Pain, Phone mast, pressure, Public, Public areas, School administrators, School Boards, Schools, Skull, Suffering, Teachers, transmission, Transmitter Towers, WiFi, Wireless, Wireless Transmitter.
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“Teachers have warned that not enough is known about the effects of wi-fi.”
“Alan Johnson is said to believe that no investigation is required into the effects of wi-fi.”
“The use of wireless computer networks in classrooms should be immediately suspended until an inquiry has fully investigated the health threat to millions of pupils, a teachers’ chief urged yesterday”….” children were effectively acting as guinea pigs because the risk posed by ‘wi-fi’ networks had not yet been thoroughly considered.”….Wireless technology has been linked with loss of concentration, fatigue, reduced memory and headaches. There are also claims that it could increase the long-term risk of cancer.:
“My real concern is that until there is a full inquiry based on both existing evidence and on newly commissioned research work, the nation’s children are being treated as guinea pigs in a large-scale experiment.”…demand…an inquiry follows a similar call…a review of the health effects of wi-fi networks was ‘timely’ amid fears they could pose greater dangers than previously thought.”
“Wi-fi systems use high frequency radio waves to transmit and receive data over distances of several hundred feet….They allow users to surf the internet within range of a wireless transmitter and remove the need to connect via a cable….Some 70 per cent of primary schools and 81 per cent of secondaries have already introduced wi-fi, according to official figures, and it is being fitted as standard in all new state schools, including academies.”
“A typical comprehensive has ten wi-fi transmitters spread around the premises. If a school has thick walls, there may be many more. Children are thought to be more vulnerable to electro-magnetic radiation due to their thinner skulls and still-developing nervous systems”….”a wi-fi network… comprehensive gave off three times as much radiation as a typical phone mast, though some scientists have queried the programme’s claims.”
‘Guidance circulated …on schools to dismantle wi-fi networks immediately and replace them with cables. If this is impossible, they should measure radiation levels around the school and put warning signs at hotspots.’…a classics teacher, became too ill to teach after suffering headaches, pains, flushes, pressure behind the eyes and nausea. He has since conducted a study of research into electro-magnetic radiation and believes official advice on wi-fi is “inaccurate”…..dangers of children using wi-fi-enabled laptops on their knees, when the wi-fi transmitter would be only 2cm from the child’s body”…”It is widely used in homes, offices and in public areas.”
Do EMF’s Affect Cellular Signal Transduction Pathways? April 26, 2007Posted by healthyself in "in vitro" systems, "in vivo" levels, Amplified Signals, Amplitude, biochemical signals, Blogroll, Cell changes, cell membrane, Cells, cellular functions, cellular signal transduction pathways, Electric Field, Electromagnetic Field, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic Signals, EMF Research, EMF's, Investigators, magnetic field, plasma membrane, Research, Research Needed, Risk Factor, Risk of Disease, signaling systems.
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“There have been many studies in the literature reported by a variety of investigators using a large number of different in vitro systems which have suggested that cellular signal transduction pathways are affected by EMF. This finding is quite expected since the signal transduction pathways receive both physical and biological information from other cells, as well as the environment, and transmit them in a cellularly appropriate fashion to produce the biochemical signals that regulate cellular functions. The electric field is attenuated within the cell but is amplified across the plasma membrane; therefore, in the absence of a clear indication that the magnetic field alone is responsible for all observed EMF effects, we must hypothesize that recognition and amplification of the information carried in the EMF signal is the domain of the plasma membrane and its signaling systems.”
“There is reasonable agreement as well on which early signaling pathways may be affected. The agreement, however, does not extend to a consensus regarding whether or not EMF effects at the in vivo level can be directly ascribed to any one pathway.”