EMF and testosterone
EMR Australia, Thursday, April 28, 2016

Workers exposed to high magnetic fields in a power plant had reduced levels of testosterone and this could affect their reproductive function, said researchers. Wang, Z et al, 'Effects of electromagnetic fields on serum lipids in workers of a power plant', Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. ( 2016 Feb;23(3):2495-504. doi: 10.1007/s11356-015-5500-9.   read more

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EMR Australia, Tuesday, April 19, 2016

A study just published in the Journal of Impotence Research has found that mobile phone radiation damages sperm potentially contributing to infertility. The researchers studied a group of 286 men attending an infertility clinic, who had normal or slightly reduced semen concentration levels. They found that men who used a mobile phone for more than ten years had DNA damage which could reduce their ability to father children. Other factors that contributed to DNA damage in the study we  read more

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EMF and miscarriage
EMR Australia, Friday, September 07, 2001

In a study due to be released in November, Dr De-Kun Li from the US found an increased risk of miscarriage among women exposed to a maximum magnetic field of 16 mG or more. Dr Li monitored the pregnancies of 969 women in the early stages of pregnancy. Each wore an EMDEX meter for 24 hours to record the magnetic fields to which they were exposed. He found that women exposed to a maximum magnetic field of 16 mG and over had 80% more miscarriages than the less-exposed volunteers. The 16 mG fig  read more

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