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Who is most likely to be at risk from radiofrequency (RF) radiation
EMR Australia, Thursday, April 14, 2016

Young people, the aged and those with cancer are the most likely to be at risk from radiofrequency (RF) radiation, according to a recent paper in ‘Reviews on Environmental Health.’ In their review of the scientific literature, Dr Mary Redmayne and Professor Olle Johansson, found that exposure affected a number of biological processes differently according to age. These may result in different effects on health and well-being. ‘We took a new approach with this paper. We were particularly   read more

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Wireless devices: risk, regulation, compliance & liability
EMR Australia, Wednesday, October 21, 2015

A ground-breaking Australian seminar considers the legal implications of EMR-related injuries. The Australian legal community is expressing interest in the link between electromagnetic radiation and injury, in light of a number of international compensation claims and increasing scientific evidence linking adverse effects to exposure. On Wednesday 14th October, the Faculty of Law at the University of NSW hosted an educational seminar entitled ‘Wireless Devices: Risk, Regulation, Complia  read more

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The myelin connection
EMR Australia, Thursday, December 04, 2014

Could myelin damage account for the symptoms that many people experience when exposed to wireless radiation? This is a possibility that should be taken seriously, say Dr Mary Redmayne and Prof Olle Johansson, writing in the September issue of the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. Myelin is a protective layer of fatty membrane that coats the nerves of the central and peripheral nervous systems (CNS and PNS). It acts as an insulator, facilitating the transmission of electri  read more

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