“Nocebo effect” proves: Available EHS research is useless for decisions-making

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[update: this blog is now also available in French] Some say that EHS (called also IEI-EMF) is caused by the EMF exposures. Some disagree entirely. In the absence of the conclusive scientific evidence to support either of the opinions, the … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Plenary session on EHS

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One of the plenary sessions at the BioEM2015 in Asilomar presented two views on EHS. Invited speakers were Kjell Hansson Mild and Gunnhild Oftedal. To me the session was a big disappointment. It indicated a stagnation in EHS research and … Continue reading

Leszczynski resigns from the Advisory Board of Cellraid

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In spring 2014 I joined the Advisory Board of Finnish start-up company Cellraid, developing app for smart phone to measure exposures to cell phone, wi-fi and cell tower radiation. My primary reason for joining the Board was that Cellraid’s app … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Yet another, absolutely unreliable but peer-reviewed study

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There is a serious problem with all to date published epidemiology and human studies because nearly all of them present cell phone radiation exposure as minutes/day of cell phone use. This is a wrong “measure” of radiation exposure and it … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Inadequate design of studies causes waste of time, money and researcher potential

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Out of many presentations, here are few words about a study on EHS. This study is a good example of what is wrong with the EHS research. Scientists examined whether exposure to wifi radiation affects how people feel mentally and … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Plenary session on Precautionary Principle

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BioEM2015 in Asilomar, CA, was opened by plenary session entitled “2B or not 2B”, dealing mostly with Precautionary Principle – should it be implemented for RF-EMF exposures. First speaker, Kurt Straif of IARC presented briefly how carcinogenicity of agents is … Continue reading