Effects Attributed to Microwave & Radio Frequency Technology.

This is one of the first large scale reviews of the literature on the biological effects of microwave and radio frequency radiation and it first appeared in 1971.  The author classified the biological effects,  into 17 categories. These categories include heating (thermal effects); changes in physiologic function; alterations of the central, autonomic and peripheral nervous systems; psychological disorders; behavioural changes (animal studies); blood and vascular disorders; enzyme and other biochemical changes; metabolic, gastrointestinal, and hormonal disorders; histological changes; genetic and chromosomal effects; the pearl-change effect (related to orientation in bacteria and animals);  and a miscellaneous group of symptoms that didn’t fit into the above categories.


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