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Swedish review strengthens grounds for concluding that radiation from cellular and cordless phones is a probable human carcinogen.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS, microwave syndrome) - Review of mechanisms.
How Ethics Failed — The Role of Psychiatrists and Physicians in Nazi Programs from Exclusion to Extermination, 1933–1945
- J. Lindert, Y. Stein, Hans Guggenheim, J. Jaakkola, R. Strous
- Medicine, PsychologyPublic Health Reviews
The history of evolution from humiliation of mental patients, other ill and disabled individuals and targeted ethnic groups to humiliation, sterilization, and “involuntary euthanasia” (a euphemism for medical murder) is reviewed.
Urinary organophosphate metabolite levels in Palestinian pregnant women: results of the Middle East Regional Cooperation Project
- Z. Abdeen, T. Berman, R. Calderon-Margalit
- MedicineInternational journal of environmental health…
- 3 May 2016
Findings highlight differences in OP pesticide exposure in populations with close geographical proximity but with differences in culture, diet, lifestyle, and regulatory oversight of pesticides.
Any Name Illegal and Immoral
- Y. Stein
- Political Science, LawEthics & International Affairs
- 1 March 2003
Since November 2000, Israel has been implementing an assassination policy in the occupied territories. The Israeli policy is both illegal and immoral. The legal questions are much more complicated…
The Critical Importance of Molecular Biomarkers and Imaging in the Study of Electrohypersensitivity. A Scientific Consensus International Report
This international consensus report pleads for the acknowledgement of EHS as a distinct neuropathological disorder and for its inclusion in the WHO International Classification of Diseases.
Electromagnetic fields promote severe and unique vascular calcification in an animal model of ectopic calcification.
Arrested development : the long term impact of Israel's separation barrier in the West Bank
Trauma Care and Case Fatality during a Period of Frequent, Violent Terror Attacks and Thereafter
Sustained reductions in trauma unit CFRs followed introduction of a specialized, intensified approach to trauma care, in contrast to a rising trend in the US for all age groups, injury types, and ISS groupings, including gunshot wounds.
Electromagnetic Radiation and Health: Human Indicators
Exposure to electromagnetic waves can break DNA chains, damage proteins, even increase the blood brain barrier permeability, disturb sleep, and cause fatigue, memory and concentration problems, studies from recent decades have shown.