Top 5 Scientific Papers
... and an introductory article.

As of June 2018, there are over 26,000 peer-reviewed scientific publications related to the effects of Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) [Source: EMF-Portal]. A detailed review of the literature, written by 29 independent scientists, was published in the BioInitiative Report.

Wireless Wake-Up Call: A New Paradigm in EMF Science

Jeromy Johnson

Alumnus of South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, USA and author of EMF Analysis website.

Published in: The Bent, the magazine of the National Engineering Honor Society, USA.
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Note: This is not an academic paper from a peer-reviewed journal. However, this article provides a broad overview for readers wishing to learn about the science of EMF health. Excellent references are included.


Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects including depression

Martin Pall

Washington State University, USA.

Published in: Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy 2016; 75 Pt B: 43-51
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Polarization: A Key Difference between Man-made and Natural Electromagnetic Fields, in regard to Biological Activity

Dimitris Panagopoulos1, Olle Johansson2 & George Carlo3

1 University of Athens, Greece.
2 Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.
3 Institute for Healthful Adaptation, Washington DC, USA.

Published in: Scientific Reports 2015; 5: 14914
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Electromagnetic Fields and DNA Damage

J.L. Phillips1, N.P. Singh2, H. Lai2

1 University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, USA.
2 University of Washington, USA.

Published in: Pathophysiology 2009; 16 (2-3): 79-88
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Increased blood-brain barrier permeability in mammalian brain 7 days after exposure to the radiation from a GSM-900 mobile phone

Henrietta Nittby, Arne Brun, Jacob Eberhardt, Lars Malmgren, Bertil Persson, Leif Salford

The Rausing Laboratory and Lund University Hospital, Sweden.

Published in: Pathophysiology 2009; 16 (2-3): 103-112
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