Nikola Tesla, you and electro-sensitivity

Nikola Tesla, the world number one inventor in field of electricity, who discovered both alternative current practical potential and wireless communication principles, seems to be also the first ever victim of electrosensitivity (electrohypersensitivity,

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Cell phone and children: any risk?

According to the Einstein Healthcare Network’s survey, presented at the American Academy of Pediatrics conference in April 2015, among American children younger than one year old, 36% have touched or scrolled a smartphone

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THANK YOU, LADIES

    So, today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which was introduced by the UN a couple years ago. And this is a proper time to recall us,

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World Cancer Day

Today is World Cancer Day. Experts say, “Prevention, prevention and prevention.” Here are ways to reduce your cancer risk from the WHO. Simple and reliable approaches, which need more details of course. But

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Twisted truths aren’t lies

My amazing American friend, scientist in Environmental Science, in Embryology and Toxicology Dr. Diane Henshel wrote this and posted this just a few hours ago. I am sure her talent and civil position

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Welcome to my blog Careless Science

Hi, welcome to my blog .   It’s my very first post. I am Igor Yakymenko, biologists, biophysicist, and environmental risk researcher. This blog is about some tricky scientific issues related to our

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