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Electromagnetic fields (EMF)

posted Jul 25, 2016, 6:13 PM by Ann Lee
Electromagnetic fields are energy or electrical fields in our environment.  Recently we have had an explosion of EMFs used in communication systems: cells phones, computers, tablets, plasma televisions, Bluetooth audio systems and headsets, hands-free vehicle technology, routers and modems, cable networks, and smart watches.  With only 15 years of such technological advances, long-term studies are nonexistent, but short-term studies reveal impacts on metabolism and endocrine function, reproductive system growth, thyroid and adrenal function, glucose homeostasis, melatonin levels, neuronal activity, toxicity levels, neuropsychiatric and cognitive function, disturbances in neurotransmitters, cytotoxic activity, and immune function.  Best to keep your usage to 'must-haves' versus 'nice-to-haves'.

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