There are 70 files, weighing 99.8 MiB with 253,762 hits in total.
Displaying 51 to 70 of 70 files.
Electromagnetics Forum, Vol.1, No. 3.
» 416.1 KiB - 4,060 hits - September 15, 1997
A News Report on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Energy.Volume 1, No. 3. Sept. 1997
Electromagnetics Forum, Vol.1, No. 2.
» 250.4 KiB - 5,284 hits - July 9, 1997
An EMFacts News Report on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Energy. May 1997.
Electromagnetics Forum, Vol.1, No.1
» 262.0 KiB - 3,463 hits - December 15, 1996
An EMFacts News Report on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Energy. Dec. 1996.
Wang L., et al, 1990
» 904.9 KiB - 699 hits - February 7, 2017
Protein gene product 9.5-immunreactive nerve fibres and cells in human skin
JOhansson O., Sodergren L., 2001
» 259.9 KiB - 1,011 hits - February 7, 2017
Commentary: Mobile Telephones - Will the Golden Goose Become the Mad Cow?
Johansson O., et al, 2001
» 179.0 KiB - 2,511 hits - February 7, 2017
Cutaneous mast cells are altered in normal healthy volunteers sitting in front of ordinary TVs/PCs - results from open field provocation experiments.
Johansson O., et al, 1996
» 659.9 KiB - 0 hits - February 7, 2017
A screening of skin changes, with special emphasis on neurochemical marker antibody evaluation, in patients claiming to suffer from "screen dermatitis" as compared to normal healthy controls.
Johansson O., et al. 1995b
» 444.6 KiB - 1,408 hits - February 7, 2017
Histaminergic nerves demonstrated in the skin. A new direct mode of neurogenic inflammation?
Hilliges M., Lixin W., Johansson O. 1995a
» 473.1 KiB - 668 hits - February 7, 2017
Ultrastructural Evidence for Nerve Fibers Within All Vital Layers of the Human Epidermis.
Johansson O., et al, 1994c
» 481.0 KiB - 948 hits - February 7, 2017
Skin changes in patients claiming to suffer from "screen dermatitis":A two-case open-field provocation study.
Johansson O., et al, 1994a
» 182.9 KiB - 703 hits - February 7, 2017
Skin changes in so-called "Screen Dermatitis-Preliminary Results.
Gangi S., Johansson O. 2000
» 1.1 MiB - 1,267 hits - February 7, 2017
A theoretical model based upon mast cells and histamine to explain the recently proclaimed sensitivity to electric and/or magnetic fields in humans
Gangi S., Johansson O, 1997
» 659.9 KiB - 2,365 hits - February 7, 2017
Skin Changes in "screen Dermatitis verses classical UV-and ionizing irradiation related damage-similarities and differences.
" New diagnoses " - an explanatory model for neurological illnesses
» 58.7 KiB - 1,105 hits - March 3, 2016
A partial translation of professor Robert Olin's 1999 report prepared for the Swedish government's National Public Health Committee.
The Invisible Disease: The Dangers of Environmental Illnesses Caused by Electromagnetic Fields and Chemical Emissions. By Gunni Nordstrom
» 62.8 KiB - 1,666 hits - February 29, 2016
This is a 'foundation' book which was the first to make the connections between electromagnetic hypersensitivity sensitivity (EHS) and chemicals used in the manufacture of modern appliances and which are commonly encountered in the modern office place.
Working environment for people and computers
» 11.9 MiB - 1,189 hits - February 28, 2016
A brochure published by the Swedish company "Liberel" which specialized in office-place environmental sanitation, including reducing or elimination electromagnetic fields and chemical emissions from office equipment
The Healthy Office newsletter (1999)
» 7.3 MiB - 1,047 hits - February 28, 2016
The Healthy Office Project aimed at informing and educating others in questions concerning modern electrical environments, including office-place environments.
Hypersensitive in IT Environments
» 14.0 MiB - 1,695 hits - February 28, 2016
Information concerning problems caused by hypersensitivity to electricity. Facts and advice to menbers of SiF
No Risk in the IT environment
» 12.3 MiB - 1,340 hits - February 28, 2016
A 1998 publication prepared by the Swedish Union of Clerical and technical Employees in Industry.
REDEFINING THE CONCEPT OF WORKPLACE “RISK” IN SWEDEN
» 15.4 MiB - 152 hits - July 8, 2023
A collection of Swedish trade union publications from the 1990s on removing occupational risks to worker's health from chemical and electromagnetic radiation emissions in the workplace. Mainly published by the Union of Clerical and Technical Employees in Industry (SIF) but no longer available other than here, the reasons of which are explained in the introduction.