Scientific Research | Dirty Electricity

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New! Power Quality affects teachers well-being andStudent Behaviour in three Minnesota Schools. “Poor power quality or dirty electricity has been implicated with poor health in schools in Ontario, Wisconsin, California, and now Minnesota. Fluorescent lighting and computers are the primary sources of poor power quality but external sources cannot be ruled out. Improving power quality, with GS filters, is accompanied with enhanced teacher well-being and improved student behavior in middle and elementary school resulting in a better overall learning experience.”

Dr. Magda Havas Professor & Researcher Trent University, Environmental and Resource Studies Department

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New! Dirty Electricity Elevates Blood Sugar Among Electrically Sensitive Diabetics and may explain Brittle Diabetes, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine. “The increasing exposure and ubiquitous nature of electromagnetic pollution may be contributing to the increasing incidence of this disease and the escalating cost of medical care.”>

Dr. Magda Havas Professor & Researcher Trent University, Environmental and Resource Studies Department

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New! A New Electromagnetic Exposure Metric: High Frequency Voltage Transients (dirty electricity) Associated With Increased Cancer Incidence in Teachers in a California School 
“The cancer incidence in the teachers at this school is unusually high and is strongly associated with high frequency voltage transients, which may be a universal carcinogen, similar to ionizing radiation.”

Dr. Sam Milham, Epidemiologist, Washington State Department of Health Lloyd Morgan,  Electronic Engineer (Retired)

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Warning from the Russian Gov’t: Children and Mobile Phones The following health hazards are likely to be faced by the children mobile phone users in the nearest future: disruption of memory, decline of attention, diminishing learning and cognitive abilities, increased irritability, sleep problems, increase in sensitivity to the stress, increased epileptic readiness.
Expected (possible) remote health risks: brain tumors, tumors of acoustical and vestibular nerves (in the age of 25-30 years), Alzheimer’s disease, “got dementia”, depressive syndrome, and the other types of degeneration of the nervous structures of the brain (in the age of 50 to 60).”

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Exploring the Public Health impact of electromagnetic radiation:
“While there is recognition of the potential cellular and tissue damage associated with exposure to ionizing radiation from X-rays, electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emanating from power lines, mobile phones, common electrical devices and some types of machinery has also begun to attract recent attention as a potential health hazard.”

Stephen J. Genius University of Alberta, Canada

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50% of the total population are expected to be electrosensitive by year 2017. “It points rather on the fact that electrical sensitivity will be more common in the near future. That extrapolates trend shows that a portion of electrosensitive become humans of 50% of the total population can be expected on the year 2017.”

Dr. Olie Johansson Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

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“With the ever-increasing impact of EMFs from digital
electronics and cordless or mobile communication systems
problems are bound to increase rapidly. Let’s hope that our
insights lead to a better understanding and general
acceptance of the EHS problems and do something about it.”

International symposium on Electrohypersensitivity: Working group on EHS, December 8, 2006

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“Electrohypersensitivity: State-of-the-art of a functional impairment”

Dr. Olie Johansson Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

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“Five percent of the Swiss population attribute symptoms to electromagnetic fields (EMF). General practitioners (GPs) might play a key role in recognising an emerging health risk, since they are the first to observe and follow up persons who attribute symptoms to EMF.”

Survey of Swiss Doctors

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“More evidence has accumulated suggesting that there are adverse health effects from occupational and public exposures to electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields, or EMF, at current exposure levels.”

International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety, Benvento Resolution September 19, 2006

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“High frequency voltages present on the electrical power wires in homes, offices, schools and factories should be
considered a potential pollutant.”
Martin Graham, Professor Emeritus

College of Engineering University of California, Berkeley

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“EMFs from power lines, home wiring and appliances can cause some degree of increased risk of childhood leukemia, brain cancer, Lou Gehrig’s disease and miscarriages.”

The California Health Department of Health, EMF Program 2002

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High Frequency Transients on Electrical Wiring:
A Missing Link to Increasing Diabetes and Asthma?

Lloyd Morgan, Electronic Engineer (retired) Director, Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States

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“Some harmful health effects of high frequency energy on humans appear to be cumulative, and possibly non-reversible. Science is inconclusive in this area, although the body of empirical evidence available for guidance continues to expand and stabilize.”

The National Foundation for Alternative Medicine

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“Illness by radio waves has been rediscovered, and is now classed with illness caused by electricity in general, under
the term “electrical sensitivity.”

Arthur Firstenberg President,Cellular Phone Taskforce

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