All-night exposure to EMF does not alter urinary melatonin, 6-OHMS or immune measures in older men and women.

@article{Graham2001AllnightET,
  title={All-night exposure to EMF does not alter urinary melatonin, 6-OHMS or immune measures in older men and women.},
  author={Charles Carroll Graham and Antonio Sastre and Mary Rose Cook and Mary M. Gerkovich},
  journal={Journal of pineal research},
  year={2001},
  volume={31 2},
  pages={
          109-13
        }
}
Healthy men (n = 22) and women (n = 24), 40-60 years of age, were exposed all-night (23:00-07:00 hr) to 60-Hz magnetic fields at an intensity (resultant flux density = 28.3 microTesla [microT]) well within the occupational-exposure range, or sham exposed under equivalent, counter-balanced, no-exposure ( < or = 0.2 microT) control conditions. Concentrations of melatonin, and the major metabolite of melatonin, 6-hydroxymelatonin-sulfate (6-OHMS), in first-void morning urine were not altered in… CONTINUE READING
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