Recently Posted Items

February 2009 - Latest report on opinion from SCENHIR (European Comission's Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks) adds Alzheimer's Disease to the risk associated with powerfrequency EMFs.

Recently Submitted Papers from Our Group...

A technique for rapid estimation of the charge distribution of submicron aerosols under atmospheric conditions. Alison J. Buckley, Matthew D. Wright and Denis L. Henshaw. Accepted for publication in Aerosol Science & Technology.

Mini-Review: Can disturbances in the atmospheric electric field created by powerline corona ions disrupt melatonin production in the pineal gland? D L Henshaw Jonathan P Ward and James C Matthews. Journal of Pineal Research. Published online, Early View, Date April 2008.

Aggregating epidemiological evidence: comparing two seminal EMF reviews Mike J. O’Carroll & Denis L. Henshaw. Risk Analysis 2008, vol 28(1), pages 225-234

Adult leukaemia near powerlines (letter). M J O’Carroll and D L Henshaw. Internal Medicine Journal 2007, vol 37, page 841.

Recent Interesting Papers from Other Groups...

Case-only study of interactions between DNA repair genes (hMLH1, APEX1, MGMT, XRCC1 and XPD) and low-frequency electromagnetic fields in childhood acute leukemia. Y. YANG, X JIN, C. YAN, Y. TIAN, J. TANG, & X. SHEN, Leukemia & Lymphoma, December 2008; 49(12): 2344–2350

Residence Near Power Lines and Mortality From Neurodegenerative Diseases: Longitudinal Study of the Swiss Population A. Huss, A. Spoerri, M. Egger, and M. Roosli for the Swiss National Cohort Study, American Journal of Epidemiology Advance Access published November 5, 2008

Magnetic-field effect on the photoactivation reaction of Escherichia coli DNA photolyase. K. B. Henbest, K. Maeda, P. J. Hore, M. Joshi, A. Bacher, R. Bittl, S. Weber, C. R. Timmel, and E. Schleicher. PNAS, 2008, 105, 14395-14399.