The Risk Evaluation

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An Evaluation of the Possible Risks From Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMFs) From Power Lines, Internal Wiring, Electrical Occupations and Appliances

The Risk Evaluation analyzes the potential human health risks of magnetic field exposure. Specifically, this document provides an evaluation of the animal, laboratory and human evidence that shows how exposure to 50/60 Hz magnetic fields may or may not increase human health risks. The Risk Evaluation is based on the results of published research studies, with emphasis on new studies, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Working Group Report, and the results of the California EMF Program Studies.

Evaluation of the Possible Risks From Electric

Evaluation of the Possible Risks From Electric

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FINAL REPORT

  • Executive Summary
  • Chapter 1–Introduction
  • Chapter 2–The Initial or “Prior” Degree of Confidence of A Possible EMF Hazard
  • Chapter 3–The EMF Mixture
  • Chapter 4–Biophysical Issues
  • Chapter 5–In Vitro Mechanistic Studies
  • Chapter 6–Animal Pathology and Physiology
  • Chapter 7–Generic Issues on Epidemiological Evidence
  • Chapter 8–Epidemiology of the Leukemias
  • Chapter 9–Epidemiology of Adult Brain Cancer
  • Chapter 10–Childhood Brain Cancer
  • Chapter 11–Breast Cancer
  • Chapter 12–All Cancers
  • Chapter 13–Miscarriage
  • Chapter 14–Other Reproductive and Developmental Studies
  • Chapter 15–Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Chapter 16–Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Chapter 17–Heart Disease and EMF Exposure: Evidence
  • Chapter 18–Suicide
  • Chapter 19–Other Adverse Non-Cancer Health Outcomes
  • Chapter 20–Dose Response Relationship
  • Chapter 21–Conclusions

Bibliography

  • Appendix One–Science Advisory Panel
  • Appendix Two–Risk Evaluation Guidelines
  • Appendix Three–Prevalence and Risk Factors of Self-Perceived Hypersensitivity to Electromagnetic Fields in California
  • Appendix Four–Study Review of Hypersensitivity of Human Subjects To Environmental Electric and Magnetic Field Exposure
  • Appendix Five–Summary Table on Studies on Chicken Embryo Development
  • Appendix Six–Articles Considered by DHS from the Official Comment Period in 2001
  • Appendix Seven–Stakeholder Advisory Consultants
  • Appendix Eight–Glossary

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