Short–Term Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Mobile Phone Jammers Decreases the Fasting Blood Sugar in Adult Male Rats

@inproceedings{Shooli2016ShortTermET,
  title={Short–Term Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Mobile Phone Jammers Decreases the Fasting Blood Sugar in Adult Male Rats},
  author={F. Shekoohi Shooli and S A R Mortazavi and S. Jarideh and S. Nematollahii and Farid Yousefi and Masood Haghani and Seyed Mohammad Javad Mortazavi and M. B. Shojaei-fard},
  booktitle={Journal of biomedical physics & engineering},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Substantial evidence indicates that exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) above certain levels can affect human health through triggering some biological responses. According to WHO, short-term exposure to EMF at the levels present in the home/environment do not cause any apparent detrimental effects in healthy individuals. However, now, there is a debate on whether long-term exposure to low level EMF can evoke detrimental biological responses. Although based on the Communications… CONTINUE READING
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