Read Dr. Olle Johansson and Dr. Yury Grigoriev
EVIDENCE FOR EFFECTS ON IMMUNE FUNCTION"
Section 8 Bioinitiative Report
international public safety limits for EMFs do not appear to be sufficiently protective of public health at all,
based on the studies of immune function."
Research shows that WiFi leads to stress on the body. Scientists have found that the body reacts to wireless exposure by showing signs of increased oxidative stress.
Oxidative stress can increase our risk of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease, gene mutations and cancers, heart disorders, and inflammatory diseases.
Research has also shown autoimmune responses, blood serum changes, alterations of immune cells, impaired immune function and the presence of biological markers for inflammation after wireless exposure.
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