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Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) and subjective health complaints associated with electromagnetic fields of mobile phone communication--a literature review published between 2000 and 2004.
She has been so accustomed to living in the virtual world when suddenly she experiences symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity. She was then forced to live in isolation making it hard for her and her boyfriend to communicate regularly.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity: evidence for a novel neurological syndrome.
Electrosensibility and electromagnetic hypersensitivity. Bioelectromagnetics 24:387-394.
Dart projected that between 3 percent and 5 percent of Eugene's population - or 4,700 people - may experience electromagnetic hypersensitivity.
Peter Lloyd, 42, has been diagnosed with a rare and cruel condition called electromagnetic hypersensitivity. He cannot use mains electricity for heating or lighting and washes with water heated on a gas cooker.
One such source is Health Canada, that nation's federal health agency, which concluded that there is "no scientific evidence that the symptoms attributed to (electromagnetic hypersensitivity) are indeed caused by exposure" to such frequencies.
People who have electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) get symptoms from exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF).
Some people claim they can still "sense" wireless internet networks but more than 30 scientific trials have been conducted with alleged sufferers of "electromagnetic hypersensitivity" and every test has shown the condition simply does not exist.

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