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neurological effects: Microwave News Article Archive (2004 - )

September 20, 2023

“Effect of WiFi Signal Exposure in Utero and Early Life on Neurodevelopment and Behaviors of Rats,” Environmental Science and Pollution Research, August 10, 2023.

“Prenatal WiFi exposure increased the body weight, improved the spatial memory, and learning function and induced behavioral hyperactivity of male rats.” From China.

August 14, 2022

“Low Intensity of Broadband Terahertz Radiation Promotes Neuronal Growth and Development,” Acta Physica Sinica, July 2022. In Chinese, with English abstract. Open access. “These results herald specific frequencies and energies of terahertz radiation as a novel neuromodulation technology for the treatment or intervention of diseases such as neurodevelopmental disorders.”

April 15, 2022

“Neurological Effects of Static and ELF EMFs,” by Henry Lai, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, April 15, 2022. “Depending on the conditions of exposure, either harmful or beneficial effects could result.”


March 8, 2022

“Changes in the Excitability of Primary Hippocampal Neurons Following Exposure to 3.0 GHz RF EMFs,” Scientific Reports, March 3, 2022. The results show that RF-EMF exposure can alter neuronal activity after a 60-minute exposure to 3.0 GHz at a low dose (SAR <1 W/Kg). From the U.S. Air Force. Open access.

September 23, 2013

“The Alteration of Spontaneous Low-Frequency Oscillations Caused by Acute EMF Exposure,” Clinical Neurophysiology, posted online September 6, 2013.

“The results demonstrated the RF-EMF exposure modulated the brain neural activity not only in the closer brain region but also in the remote region and even in the contralateral brain region.” The RF exposure was a 30-minute LTE signal. From Beijing China. See also our report on the Volkow study.

July 15, 2013

“Association Between Exposure to EMFs from High Voltage Transmission Lines and Neurobehavioral Function in Children,” PLoS1, published July 3, 2013.

“The results of the current study suggest that there is a significant association between power EMF exposure and poor performance on neurobehavioral … tests.” From China, open access.

March 25, 2013

“Physiologic Brain Activity Causes DNA Double-Strand Breaks in Neurons, with Exacerbation by Amyloid-ß,” Nature Neuroscience, posted online March 24, 2013:

“Our study shows that exploratory activity, which is associated with physiological increases in neuronal activity and the encoding of new information, causes widespread increases in neuronal DSBs.”

August 28, 2012
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