Relationship between the use of electronic devices and susceptibility to multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune condition influenced by both genetic and environmental factors. Dirty electricity generated by electronic equipment is one of the environmental factors that may directly or indirectly impact MS susceptibility. 

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EMF Effects from Power Sources and Electrosmog

The field of electromagnetic sensitivity is the new epidemic of the 21st century, and can cause disease of the automatic nerve system in any part of the body. This is as a result of chemical sensitivity, in which over 80,000 chemicals are involved, resulting in innumerable combinations. 

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Observation of Abnormal Behavior of Cows Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields

Complaints on sensitivity to electromagnetic field levels far below the established exposure limits are unremitting. Although the symptoms are real, a clear causal link to EM-fields has not been established. Our coincidental observation of cows being startled by low amplitude high frequency transient electric fields generated by a new photo-voltaic installation may change this situation.

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The electronics in fluorescent bulbs and light emitting diodes (LED), rather than ultraviolet radiation, cause increased malignant melanoma incidence in indoor office workers and tanning bed users

The epidemiology of cutaneous malignant melanoma (CMM) has a number of facets that do not fit with sunlight and ultraviolet light as the primary etiologic agents. Indoor workers have higher incidence and mortality rates of CMM than outdoor workers; CMM occurs in body locations never exposed to sunlight; CMM incidence is increasing in spite of use of UV blocking agents and small changes in solar radiation.

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Radiations and Dirty Electricity Affecting Human Health

Due to the constant exposure to the electromagnetic radiations, the issues related to the radiations affecting the human health are increasing. With the continuous improvement in the modern science and technology we have seen a huge escalation in the growth of radiation generating equipments.

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A pilot neighborhood study towards establishing a benchmark for reducing electromagnetic field levels within single family residential dwellings

Electromagnetic fields (EMF) permeate the built environment in different forms and come from a number of sources including electrical wiring and devices, wireless communication, ‘energy-efficient’ lighting, and appliances. It can be present in the indoor environment directly from indoor sources, or can be transmitted through building materials from outside sources.

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