Prenatal EMF Exposures Can Lead to Childhood Obesity

Posted by Dr. Louis Slesin:

De-Kun Li, an epidemiologist at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, California, has a new paper out showing that EMF exposures in the womb are linked to an increased risk of childhood obesity.

“Maternal exposure to high [magnetic fields] during pregnancy may be a new and previously unknown factor contributing to the world-wide epidemic of childhood obesity/overweight,” Li writes in a paper posted today by Scientific Reports, a peer-reviewed, open access journal owned by the group that publishes Nature.

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One Response to Prenatal EMF Exposures Can Lead to Childhood Obesity

  1. Richard says:

    “The meter collected MF measurements in the frequency range of 40–800 Hz every 10 seconds…”

    >> The article doesn’t have much to say about microwave frequencies.

    “This parallel in the epidemic of obesity/overweight with massively increased use of EMF-generating appliances, and wireless networks and devices during the last a few decades warrants closer examination.”

    >> Then why don’t they study that…?

    >> As usual, too much speculation, and not enough information. Ugh.

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