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View Resource Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity: A Systematic Review of Provocation Studies

The objectives of this study were to assess whether people who report hypersensitivity to weak electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are better at detecting EMF under blind or double-blind conditions than...

http://www.psychosomaticmedicine.org/cgi/content/full/67/2/2...
View Resource Electromagnetic Fields and Public Health

As societies industrialize and the technological revolution continues, there has been an unprecedented increase in the number and diversity of electromagnetic field (EMF) sources. These sources...

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs296/en/index.htm...
View Resource Electromagnetic Fields and Non-Specific Health Symptoms

Certain individuals experience a variety of health symptoms, which they attribute to exposure to electric or magnetic fields from sources such as power lines, household appliances, visual display...

http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/embs/comar/Hypersensitivity.htm
View Resource Electrohypersensitivity: Observations in the Human Skin of a Physical Impairment

An ever increasing number of studies have clearly shown various biological effects at the cellular level of electromagnetic fields, including powerfrequent and radiofrequent ones as well as...

http://www.icems.eu/docs/Johansson.pdf
View Resource Suspended Sediment

Transport of sediment and associated contaminants in streams is a water-quality issue of national concern. Of the nearly 600 x 107 tons of material eroded annually in the United States only about one...

http://water.usgs.gov/osw/suspended_sediment/
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