Gerd Oberfeld Salzburg

The Austrian Medical Association is pressing for a ban on wi-fi in schools. Dr Gerd Oberfeld, Salzburg’s head of environmental health and medicine, has described wi-fi as "dangerous" to sensitive.

Abstract. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of short-term GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) cellular phone base station RF-EMF (radiofrequency electromagnetic fields) exposure on psychological symptoms (good mood, alertness, calmness) as measured by a standardized well-being questionnaire.

Dr Gerd Oberfeld, public health officer in Salzburg, said: “There is strong evidence for an increased risk of brain tumours after at least 10 years use [of mobile phones].” Ms Davies has been.

*Corresponding author: Gerd Oberfeld, Department of Public Health, Government of Land Salzburg, Austria, E-mail: [email protected] Igor Belyaev: Cancer Research Institute, Slovak Academy of Science, Bratislava, Slovak Republic; and Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia

Salzburg’s Dr. Gerd Oberfeld who addressed the Irish Doctors Environmental Association (IDEA) April 9, parallels the prediction by the Royal College of Physicians last year which predicted that half the Irish population will have “some form of cancer” by the year 2025.

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We are indebted to our collaborators on the Allergy and Endotoxin Study Team — Otto Holst (Borstel, Germany), Mynda Schreuer and Gerd Oberfeld (Salzburg, Austria), and Felix Sennhauser (Zurich,

Salzburg State Parliament, Austria Decision zDecision 12th December 2007 z„Negotiations with the federal government with the aim to implement the Salzburg precautionary limit as a fixed standard for electromagnetic radiation in order to minimize. Dr. Gerd Oberfeld

Dr. Gerd Oberfeld, Salzburg (Austria) 20 January 2008. Case-Control Study on a NMT 450 Cell Tower and Cancer 3 of 10 Executive Summary It was the study’s objective to determine whether cancer cases that became known in the eastern part of Hausmannstätten or Vasoldsberg, respectively, represent a cluster with regard.

We are indebted to our collaborators on the Allergy and Endotoxin Study Team — Otto Holst (Borstel, Germany), Mynda Schreuer and Gerd Oberfeld (Salzburg, Austria), and Felix Sennhauser (Zurich,

We are indebted to our collaborators on the Allergy and Endotoxin Study Team — Otto Holst (Borstel, Germany), Mynda Schreuer and Gerd Oberfeld (Salzburg, Austria), and Felix Sennhauser (Zurich,

Should area parents be concerned about Wi-Fi in schools? Yes, says American Public Health researcher. Agency to exposure levels to wireless signals within a classroom. Dr Gerd Oberfeld, head of.

"Children using a laptop that is broadcasting wi-fi are very close to the antennae," says Dr Gerd Oberfeld. authorities of the province of Salzburg have already advised schools not to install wi-fi.

We are indebted to our collaborators on the Allergy and Endotoxin Study Team — Otto Holst (Borstel, Germany), Mynda Schreuer and Gerd Oberfeld (Salzburg, Austria), and Felix Sennhauser (Zurich,

Dr Gerd Oberfeld, public health officer in Salzburg, said: “There is strong evidence for an increased risk of brain tumours after at least 10 years use [of mobile phones].” Ms Davies has been.

"Children using a laptop that is broadcasting wi-fi are very close to the antennae," says Dr Gerd Oberfeld. authorities of the province of Salzburg have already advised schools not to install wi-fi.

We are indebted to our collaborators on the Allergy and Endotoxin Study Team — Otto Holst (Borstel, Germany), Mynda Schreuer and Gerd Oberfeld (Salzburg, Austria), and Felix Sennhauser (Zurich,

[email protected] Abstract A health survey was carried out in La Ñora, Murcia, Spain, in the vicinity of two GSM 900/1800 MHz cellular phone base stations. The E-field (~ 400 MHz – 3 GHz) measured in the bedroom was divided in tertiles (0.02 –. THE MICROWAVE SYNDROME – FURTHER ASPECTS OF A SPANISH STUDY.

The Austrian Medical Association is pressing for a ban on wi-fi in schools. Dr Gerd Oberfeld, Salzburg’s head of environmental health and medicine, has described wi-fi as "dangerous" to sensitive.

Gerd Oberfeld, Scientist for Public Health Department of Salzburg, Austria – who led the country’s ban of Wi-Fi in schools – and Professor Olle Johansson of Nobel Prize-winning Karolinska Institute in Sweden explained that the biological effects of Wi-Fi.

[email protected] Abstract A health survey was carried out in La Ñora, Murcia, Spain, in the vicinity of two GSM 900/1800 MHz cellular phone base stations. The E-field (~ 400 MHz – 3 GHz) measured in the bedroom was divided in tertiles (0.02 –. THE MICROWAVE SYNDROME – FURTHER ASPECTS OF A SPANISH STUDY.

LettertotheEditor:WillWeAll BecomeElectrosensitive? ÖRJAN HALLBERG1 AND GERD OBERFELD2 1Hallberg Independent Research, Trångsund, Sweden 2Public Health Department Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria Dear Editor, Each year an increasing number of people claim to suffer from electrosensitivity

Gerd Oberfeld, MD Public Health Department of the Salzburg Government, Austria Head of the EMF-Working Group of the European Academy for Environmental Medicine (EUROPAEM) Dr. Gerd Oberfeld, has been working with the Public Health Department of the Salzburg Regional Government in Austria since 1992. He is responsible for health impact assessments and.

There are also other diseases, such as fibromyalgia and burn-out syndrome, that have symptoms similar to those exhibited by people suffering from electrosensitivity. In Sweden, electrosensitivity is recognized as a handicap, but there is still controversy surrounding the diagnosis of the disease.

Kern, Michael Kundi, Hanns Moshammer, Piero Lercher, Kurt Müller, Gerd Oberfeld*, Peter Ohnsorge, Peter Pelzmann, Claus Scheingraber and Roby Thill EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016 for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of EMF-related health problems and illnesses DOI 10.1515/reveh-2016-0011 Received March 16, 2016; accepted May 29, 2016

We are indebted to our collaborators on the Allergy and Endotoxin Study Team — Otto Holst (Borstel, Germany), Mynda Schreuer and Gerd Oberfeld (Salzburg, Austria), and Felix Sennhauser (Zurich,

Its author, Dr. Gerd Oberfeld is an official of the Land of Salzburg, working for the office of the Land Government of Salzburg, Department 9 (Health and Land Establishments). He is neither a (sworn) expert for EMF (electromagnetic fields), nor is he a public expert pursuant to the

Another scientist, Dr Gerd Oberfeld, from Salzburg is now calling for Wi-Fi to be removed from schools. He said: "If you go into the data you can see a very very clear picture – it is like a puzzle.

*Corresponding author: Gerd Oberfeld, Department of Public Health, Government of Land Salzburg, Austria, E-mail: [email protected] Igor Belyaev: Cancer Research Institute, Slovak Academy of Science, Bratislava, Slovak Republic; and Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia

Another scientist, Dr Gerd Oberfeld, from Salzburg is now calling for Wi-Fi to be removed from schools. He said: "If you go into the data you can see a very very clear picture – it is like a puzzle.

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