Study Board Electrosmog

Knowledge studies on the biological effect of artificial electromagnetic fields and radiation

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• Martin L. Pall: WLAN is a major threat to human health. p. 6

• Kostoff RN, Heroux P, Aschner M, Tsatsakis A.: Adverse health effects of 5G cellular technology under real-life conditions. p. 7

• Meo SA, Alsubaie Y, Almubarak Z, Almutawa H, AlQasem Y, Hasanato RM: Relationship between exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from mobile phone base stations and glyco-hemoglobin (HbA1c) and the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus. p. 8

• Shahin S, Banerjee S, Singh SP, Chaturvedi CM: 2.45 GHz radiation impairs learning and spatial memory via oxidative/nitrosative stress-induced p53-dependent/independent apoptosis in the hippocampus. p. 9

• Sırav B , Seyhan N.: Effect of GSM-modulated electromagnetic radiation on blood-brain barrier permeability in male and female rats. p. 10

• Mosgöller W, Knasmüller S, Kundi M.: ATHEM-2 – investigation of non-thermal effects of electromagnetic fields in the mobile phone range.

p. 11 • Deshmukh PS, Megha K, Nasare N, Banerjee BD, Ahmed RS, Abegaonkar MP, Tripathi AK, Mediratta PK.: Effect of subchronic Low-intensity microwave radiation on the rat brain. p. 12

• Paknahad M, Mortazavi SMJ, Shahidi S, Mortazavi G, Haghani M (2016): Effect of radio frequency radiation from Wi-Fi devices on mercury release from amalgam restorations. p. 13

• Rosa Ana Sueiro-Benavidesa, Jose Manuel Leiro-Vidala, Aarón Ángel Salas-Sánchez, Antonio Rodríguez-González, Francisco J. Ares-Penab, Elena López-Martín: radiofrequency at 2.45 GHz increases toxicity, pro-inflammatory and pre-apoptotic Activity induced by carbon particles in the RAW 264.7 macrophage cell line – part 1 and part 2 pp. 14-15

• Gulati S., Kosik P., Durdik M., Skorvaga M., Jakl L., Markova E., Belyaev I.: Effects of different UMTS signals from mobile phones on DNA, apoptosis and oxidative stress in human lymphocytes – Part 1 and Part 2 p. 16-17

• Choi J, Min K, Jeon S, Kim N, Pack JK, Song K: Continuous exposure to 1.7 GHz LTE electromagnetic fields increases intracellular reactive oxygen species, leading to reduced cell proliferation of human cells and inducing senescence – Part 1 and Part 2 pp. 18-19

• H.Lai: Review – Genetic Effects of Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Fields. • Johansson O.: Electromagnetic fields can lead to immune suppression via calcineurin inhibition and thereby the risk of S.20 increase opportunistic infection. p. 21

• Kim JH, Chung KH, Hwang YR, Park HR, Kim HJ, Kim HG, Kim HR.: RF-EMF exposure alters postsynaptic structure and impedes neurite outgrowth in developing hippocampal neurons of newborn mice. p. 22

• Othman H, López-Furelos A, Leiro-Vidal JM, Ammari M, Sakly M, Abdelmelek H, Salas-Sánchez AÁ, Ares-Pena F, López-Martín E. Exposure to 2.45 GHz radiation (WLAN ) triggers changes in HSP-70, glucocorticoid receptors and GFAP biomarkers in the rat brain. p. 23

• Seomun G, Lee J, Park J.: Exposure to radiofrequency magnetic fields and childhood cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis. p. 24

• Shih YW, O’Brien AP, Hung CS, Chen KH, Hou WH, Tsai HT.: Exposure to radiofrequency radiation increases breast cancer risk: A systematic review and meta-analysis. p. 25

• Panagopoulos DJ.: Chromosome damage in human cells by UMTS mobile phone radiation. p. 26

• Rodrigues NCP, Dode AC, de Noronha Andrade MK, O’Dwyer G, Monteiro DLM, Reis INC, Rodrigues RP, Frossard VC, Lino VTS.: The effect of continuous low-level electromagnetic field exposure from mobile phone base stations (MBS) on cancer mortality in Brazil. p. 27

• Masoumi A, Karbalaei N, Mortazavi SMJ, Shabani M.: 2.4 GHz radiation from WLAN causes poor insulin secretion and increases oxidative stress in rat pancreatic islet cells. p. 28

• Georgiou CD, Margaritis LH: Oxidative stress and NADPH oxidase: The connection between electromagnetic fields, cation channels and biological effects. p. 29

• Panagopoulos DJ, Karabarbounis A, Yakymenko I, Chrousos GP: Review – Man-made electromagnetic fields: perturbations of ion oscillation and voltage-gated ion channels, oxidative stress and DNA damage. p. 30


WiFi is a major threat to human health

Martin L. Pall

Known WLAN effects include apoptosis and the generation of oxidative stress, testicular and sperm disorders, DNA changes; hormone changes; Ca2+ increase in the cell.

WLAN works via voltage-gated calcium channel activation.

Scientific assessment of the study situation on 5 G

Adverse health effects of 5G cellular technology under real-world conditions Kostoff RN, Heroux P, Aschner M, Tsatsakis A. Research Affiliate, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia.

International Published in: Toxicol Letter 2020 May 1;323:35-40

The authors come to the conclusion that most laboratory experiments to date have not had the purpose of determining harmful effects of radiation that reflect the real conditions of mobile phone technology in everyday life.

Neither the currently widespread mobile phone technology 4G nor the following 5th generation is checked for harmful effects under the conditions of normal life before its introduction.

Rather, many studies show harmful effects that were carried out in a rather harmless environment.

Radio frequency radiation is intended to provide better communication.

There is evidence from laboratory experiments and epidemiological studies that demonstrates that previous and current generations of wireless networking technology have significant adverse health effects.

If real conditions are considered, such as additional signals to the carrier frequencies or toxic substances, the harmful effects increase considerably.

When 5G is added to the already existing harmful radiation conditions, the already existing health damages are exacerbated.

Study – Link between diabetes and radiation

Association between exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from mobile phone base stations and glyco-hemoglobin (HbA1c) and the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus.

This study was able to prove that – measured in elementary schools – there is a connection between increased markers for the development of type 2 diabetes and exposure to artificial electromagnetic radiation from mobile phone transmitters.


Meo SA, Alsubaie Y, Almubarak Z, Almutawa H, AlQasem Y, Hasanato RM; Published in: Int J Environ Res Public Health 2015; 12(11): 14519-14528

(Further studies under construction!)

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