EMFs Disrupt Sex Hormones

Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are composed of electrical fields and magnetic fields. Magnetic fields are the subject of scientific investigations because they can penetrate everything, including the human body, and have been shown to induce biological effects. Charles Graham, an experimental physiologist at the Midwest Research Institute (MRI) in Kansas City, Mo., says that magnetic fields can alter two hormones that affect cancer risk — estrogen and testosterone. Overnight exposure of women to elevated levels of EMFs in the laboratory significantly increased estrogen. Studies have shown that high levels of estrogen over many years can increase a woman’s risk of getting breast cancer. In men, the EMF exposure reduced levels of testosterone–a hormone drop that has been linked to testicular and prostate cancers.

Graham’s studies have also shown that intermittent exposures to EMFs have an effect, a situation that emulates real-world exposures–which can vary from second to second in frequency, intensity, and waveform, depending on their source and an individual’s distance from it.

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