A population-based case-control study among healthy sperm donors to study exposure to magnetic fields (MFs) and poor sperm quality.
In support of our findings, Sandra et al/ (Sandra et al. 2000) suggested that EMF-exposure might impair mammalian female reproductive potentiality by reducing the capacity of the follicles to reach a developmental stage that is an essential pre requisite for reproductive success…
Of the microwave-exposed women, 47.7% had miscarriages prior to the 7th week of pregnancy compared to 14.5% of nonexposed women.
In support of our findings, Sandra et alsuggested that EMF-exposure might impair mammalian female reproductive potentiality by reducing the capacity of the follicles to reach a developmental stage that is an essential prerequisite for reproductive success
Seasonal patterns were seen in fetal growth and in the abortion rate for families using electrically heated beds. These patterns could be attributed to the seasonal use of heated beds. …seen only in users, and not in nonusers
One of the conclusions in a case-control study: Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields exposure is probably related to early spontaneous abortions.
Children with exposure to cell phones (prenatally, postnatally, or both) tended to have higher percentages of borderline or abnormal scores for emotional symptoms, conduct problems hyperactivity.
Mice exposed during pregnancy had impaired memory, were hyperactive, and had decreased anxiety, indicating that in-utero exposure to radiofrequency is a potential cause of neurobehavioral disorders
Previously, the incidence of autism has been reported as 4-5 per 10,000 children. The most recent evidence indicates an increased incidence of about 1 per 500 children.
The symptoms most related to exposure were lack of appetite; lack of concentration; irritability; and trouble sleeping.