Finally, there’s documented medical proof that electromagnetic hypersensitivity is a real-time health issue and danger that actually can be verified using standard medical procedures and testing capabilities.
An international group of researchers has recently published their findings from the clinical study “Metabolic and Genetic Screening of Electromagnetic Hypersensitive Subjects as a Feasible Tool for Diagnostics and Intervention” in November, 2014
So, the main question is, “When we will be really protected from the electromagnetic radiation?”
The newest electric, natural gas and water smart meters, which operate using microwave technology, are causing a lot of health problems for Americans. So, a lot of Americans are signing a petition for getting back the “old-fashioned” analog meters, which were used for decades.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity, or electro-sensitivity (EHS), is a condition affecting more and more individuals who are exposed to electromagnetic fields and radiofrequencies from radios, televisions, Wi-Fi, microwaves, photocopiers, plus cell phones and towers.
So, the newest electric, natural gas and water smart meters, which operate using microwave technology, are jeopardizing the life’s of many people, especially for people who are electromagnetic hypersensitive. These people, who are electro-sensitive, are asking for the old-fashioned analog meters, and which will probably get, according to the law.
In their clinical study “Metabolic and Genetic Screening of Electromagnetic Hypersensitive Subjects as a Feasible Tool for Diagnostics and Intervention” published as an open access article, they say:
“The profiles of metabolic parameters’ alteration observed in Electromagnetic hypersensitivity, or electro-sensitivity (EHS) subjects were comparable to those of the pure MCS group, though generally less pronounced Similarly to those MCS patients self-reportedly non-electro-sensitive, the EHS cohort showed a highly significant-versus-control decrease in the erythrocyte GST activity and an increase in GPX activity levels coupled with a marked decrease of GSH levels. A second parameter proved to be significantly different between EHS and MCS groups that are the ratio omega-6/omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the erythrocyte membrane phospholipids fraction.
Further developments must necessarily include a more objective and standardized classification of individual electromagnetic sensitivity scores, to conclusively assess the proposed parameters as a distinctive and specific panel of disease biomarkers for EHS. Our findings will hopefully contribute a better molecular definition of environmental-borne sensitivity-related illnesses.”