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Common Initial Symptoms of EMF Health Effects September 9, 2006

Posted by healthyself in Amalgam filings, Attention Deficit, Bioeffects, Biological Dentistry, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar, Brain Cancer, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Cataracts, Cell changes, Cell phone safety, Cells, Central Nervous System, Children's health, Chromosomal damage, Chronic Exhaustion, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Illness, Circulation, Connective Tissue Pains, Depression, Diabetes, Diagnostic marker, Dizziness, Ear, ear ache, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, Emergency Medicine, EMF Research, EMF's, Employees, EMR, Environment, Fatigue, Free Radicals, genes, Health related, Heart, heat, Heavy Metals, Immune system, Inflammation, Inner Agitation, Lack of Concentration, Learning, Lethargy, Long Term Health Risks, Low Frequencies, Memory Loss, Men's Health, MHz, Microwave exposure, nerves, neurological, Noise, Nose, Ocular, Pulsed Radiation, radiation, Risk of Disease, sensations, Sick People, Sleep disturbances, Sound, Stress, Suicide, Susceptibility to Infection, Sweat, Symptoms, Tinnitus, Tumors, Vibration, Vision, Who is Affected?, Women, Women's Health.
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  • Abdominal pain;
  • Altered sugar metabolism
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioural disorders (e.g. attention deficit disorder, ADD)
  • Brain-degenerative diseases (e.g. Alzheimer–s)
  • Burning skin
  • Calcium efflux, at the near level, as false sensation
  • Cancerous afflictions: leukaemia, brain tumours
  • Cardiac: palpitations, arrhythmias, pain or pressure in the chest, low or high blood pressure, slow or fast heart rate, shortness of breath
  • Chronic exhaustion
  • Concentration problems
  •  Depression
  • Dermatological: skin rash, itching, burning, facial flushing
  • Deteriorating fillings
  • Deteriorating vision
  • Digestive problems
  • Dizziness
  • Dizziness to the point of falling over
  • Dryness of lips, tongue, mouth, eyes; great thirst; dehydration
  • Enlarged thyroid
  • Epilepsy
  • Extreme fluctuations in blood pressure, ever harder to influence with medications
  •  Fatigue
  • Flu-like” symptoms, fever. More severe reactions can include seizures, paralysis, psychosis and stroke
  • Hair loss
  • Headaches, migraines
  • Hearing noise
  • Heart attacks
  • Heart rhythm disorders
  • Immune abnormalities
  • Impaired sense of smell
  • Increases in Blood Sugar
  • Inner agitation
  • Insomnia
  • Irritability
  • Itching
  • Learning
  • Memory loss
  • Multiple Sclerosis symptoms
  • Nausea
  • Nervous and connective tissue pains, for which the usual causes do not explain even the most conspicuous symptoms
  • Neurological: headaches, dizziness, nausea, difficulty concentrating, memory loss, irritability, depression, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, weakness, tremors, muscle spasms, numbness, tingling, altered reflexes, muscle and joint pain, leg/foot pain
  • Nosebleeds; internal bleeding;
  • Ophthalmologic: pain or burning in the eyes, pressure in/behind the eyes, deteriorating vision, floaters, cataracts.
  • Pain in the teeth;
  • Redistribution of metals within the body;
  • Respiratory: sinusitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma.
  • Ringing in the ears.
  • Seeing flashes
  • Skin rash
  • Sleeplessness, daytime sleepiness
  • Strokes among an increasingly younger population
  • Susceptibility to infection
  • Sweating, cold sweating, tremors
  • Testicular/ovarian pain
  • Tingling
  • Tinnitus
  • Tremors
  • Vertigo
  • Weakness

 

A Call For Research on EMF’s in EMS, Biological Dentistry, and Other Medical Specialities August 14, 2006

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There are two primary barriers that have inhibited the development of a strong research program in EMS. They are a paucity of well-trained researchers with an interest in EMS research and a lack of reliable funding sources to support research. There are also three identifiable secondary barriers to EMS research. They are: a lack of recognizing the need for evidence-based practice; standardizing, accessing and sharing data; and complying with the current established ethical requirements for human research.

To some extent, there is a chicken and egg phenomenon at work within the two primary barriers to developing a comprehensive EMS research program. For example, funding agencies understandably prefer to place their funds with researchers who have a track record of proven productivity. However, since there are not many proven researchers with interests in EMS problems, few funds flow into EMS-related research. On the other hand, academic institutions are reluctant to support the professional development of new, EMS-focused researchers because they cannot identify likely funding sources with a history of supporting EMS research.

http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/PEOPLE/injury/ems/ems-agenda/overcoming.htm

Health Related Issues Associated With Electromagnetic Pollution August 12, 2006

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ADD

ADHD

Aging

Allergies

ALS

Alzheimer’s

Attention Deficit Disorder

Autism

Autism / Asperger’s Syndrome

Blood Pressure

Brain Cancer

Breast Cancer

Cancer

Cataracts

Cell changes

Changes in Circadian rhythm

Changes in Central Nervous System

Chromosomal Damage

Chronic Fatigue

Depression

Dizziness

DNA Alterations

Ear ache

EEG

Electrosensitivity

Endocrine imbalances

Eye Cancer

Fatigue

Genes

Headaches

Heart Problems

Heavy Metals

Immune system

Infant Death Syndrome

Learning

Leukemia

Lymphoma

Lymphocyte changes

MCS

Memory Loss

Miscarriages

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Nerves

Neuroma

Neurons

Oncogenes

Pressure

Sensations

Signaling enzymes

Sleep disturbances

Stress

Sweat

Tumors

Vision

Maybe researchers are asking the wrong question about EMF’s August 11, 2006

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Research follows a particular methodology. But what if we changed the way we view it? Often medical research has looked for the cause of a particular disease, such as cancer. What if the cause and effect are not directly related?

People may show various illnesses because of their particular vulnerabilities. So the same cause might show up differently in different people. For instance, since radiation seems to affect the cell membrane, and the signaling in the body, the same cause (radiation) may look different in kids, for instance, than in adults.

Kids are more vulnerable because their skulls are thinner. Yet, they may have more immunity than their parents. And they are certainly getting more exposure to radiation that their elders did as kids.

So, setting up a good research program is complicated. It requires asking the right questions. And it requires being convincing enough to get the funding before the answers are there.

Personally, I don’t want to wait for the research. I think it is important to build the immune response against radiation now.

Younger participants in research react more than older persons. August 1, 2006

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By Kim Tong-hyung
Staff Reporter


A man wearing experimental equipment for assessing the amount and effect of mobile phone radio waves on people lies on a seat at a Yonsei University lab in Seoul. Although most participants in a recent study showed little difference in blood pressure after exposed to the mobile-phone radio waves, younger participants showed an increase in hand sweating /Yonhap

The amount of radiation emitted by mobile phones could pose serious health risks to users, according to a study released by a local scientist Monday. Kim Deok-won, a professor from Yonsei University’s college of medicine, said in the study that the extensive use of wireless handsets, using code-division multiple access (CDMA) technology, increased sweat in the hands of users. The reaction to mobile-phone radio waves were found to be more significant among younger people, the study said.

Kim’s research team conducted their experiments on 41 people, 20 of whom were under the age of 18. Twenty-three were male.

The study, published on the Internet version of the U.S. journal Bioelectromagnetics, marks the first time that the biological effects of radio waves produced by CDMA handsets were confirmed by solid data, according to Kim.

“It is the first time to find that the extensive use of CDMA mobile-phones could increase hand sweating,’’ said Kim, adding that the biological reaction to mobile-phone radio waves were more significant among the younger participants of the studies.

http://times.hankooki.com/lpage/200606/kt2006060517351653460.htm