Date: January 27, 2012

Greek Study Shows Regions of the Brain Related to Learning, Memory, Alzheimer’s Impacted by EMF

A Greek study led by Adamantia Fragopoulou and Lukas Margaritis has demonstrated
important protein changes in the brain of animals following whole body exposure to
RF electromagnetic fields, similar to the kind of microwave radiation emitted from
cell phones, portable phones, WiFi and wireless computer equipment.

Important regions of the brain necessary for learning, memory and other functions of
the mammalian brain were impacted by the microwave radiation, including the
hippocampus, cerebellum and frontal lobe, at exposures below the ICNIRP
(International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) safety guidelines.
A total of 143 proteins in the brain were impacted by the RF radiation over a period
of 8 months, providing new evidence for a potential relationship between everyday
cell phone use, wireless transmitters and wireless computer equipment and
electrosensitivity symptoms, such as headaches, dizziness and sleep disorders, as
well as with tumors, Alzheimer’s and even metabolic effects.
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