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Study of the health of people living in the vicinity of mobile phone base stations: I. Influe nces of distance and sex *
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This first study on symptoms experienced by people living in the vicinity of base stations shows that, in view of radioprotection, the of minimal distance of people from cellular phone base stations should not be < 300 m.
Survey Study of People Living in the Vicinity of Cellular Phone Base Stations
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A survey study was conducted on 530 people living or not in proximity to cellular phone base stations, described as radiofrequency sickness, and found that certain complaints are experienced only in the immediate vicinity of base stations and others at greater distances from base stations.
SYMPTOMS EXPERIENCED BY USERS OF DIGITAL CELLULAR PHONES: A STUDY OF A FRENCH ENGINEERING SCHOOL
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Digital cellular phone users more often complained of discomfort, warmth, and pricking of the ear during phone conversations as a function of calling duration per day and number of calls per day.
[Danger of cellular telephones and their relay stations].
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Biological effects have been reported, such as radiofrequency sickness, electroencephalographic and blood pressure changes and also cancer risks in humans and animals exposed to microwave irradiation, and some countries have taken measures to protect their populations.
[Symptoms reported by mobile cellular telephone users].
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Women complained more often of sleep disturbance than men and more often complained of discomfort, warmth, and picking on the ear during phone conversation in relation with calling duration per day and number of calls per day.
Potentiation of atropine‐induced retardation of small intestine transit in mice by a pulsed magnetic field
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Both frequencies of the magnetic field significantly potentiated the atropine‐induced delay in intestinal transit but did not affect intestinal transit per se, which further strengthens previous observations on interactions between electromagnetic fields and the actions of drugs.
[Quantitative analysis of ovalbumin by thin-layer isoelectric focusing (author's transl)].
A new method for quantitation of ovalbumin by thin layer isoelectric focusing in polyacrylamide gel is described. This technique separates ovalbumin from avian-magnum homogenates or egg white and
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