HEALTH RESEARCH: PowerWatch: 1,670 Scientific Papers on Electromagnetic Fields

PowerWatch: 1,670 Scientific Papers on Electromagnetic Fields

Electromagnetic Radiation Safety, October 22, 2018

This list is a compilation of citations for 1,670 peer-reviewed papers about electromagnetic fields (EMF) published in scientific journals from 1979 through 2018. The list includes all papers that PowerWatch published on its website as of October 11, 2018.
This is not a comprehensive list of studies. PowerWatch selected these studies from their internal database of 15,000 (approx.) scientific papers, most of which address EMF.
Powerwatch has been researching the links between EMF and health risks for more than 25 years. The organization, which is completely independent of government and industry, gathers information to help the lay person understand this issue. For more information about PowerWatch go to:
Powerwatch recently added a search engine to its website which enables the user to search specific fields in their database for specified time periods.

This 95-page list is published on the Electromagnetic Radiation Safety website with the permission of Alasdair Philips, the Science Director and co-founder of PowerWatch.

Table of Contents

Mobile and Cordless Phones (pp. 2-29) — 525 papers (P=306, N=100, – =119)

Mobile Phone Masts (pp. 30-35) — 94 papers (P=39, N=10, – =45) 

Wi-Fi (pp. 36-38) — 38 papers (P=13, N=3, – =22) 

Radio Transmitters (pp. 39-41) — 43 papers (P=36, N=2, – =5) 

Powerline Frequencies (pp. 42-59) — 333 papers

Electrical Sensitivity (pp. 60-64) — 88 papers (P=41, N=23, – =24)

EEG and Brain Responses (pp. 65-67) — 53 papers (P=48, N=2, – =3) 

Radiofrequency EMF Mechanisms (pp. 68-81) — 251 papers (P=185, N=37, – =29)

Powerfrequency EMF Mechanisms (pp. 82-95) — 256 papers

To download the list go to:

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