Jobs with high exposure to electromagnetic fields linked with rare nerve disease - Hindustan Times

Electric line installers, cable jointers, welders and aircraft pilots, who are exposed to high levels of electromagnetic fields in their line of work, are at greater risk of developing a fatal motor neurone disease, finds a new study. health and ...and more »

Electromagnetic fields link to motor neurone disease 'weak' - NHS Choices

"Workers exposed to electromagnetic fields in their jobs could be at risk of developing motor neurone disease," the Daily Mail reports. A Dutch study found a link between occupational exposure to low-frequency magnetic fields and increased risk of ...and more »

Scientists Found A Link Between Electromagnetic Field Exposure And Motor Neurone Disease - Gizmodo Australia

A team from the Netherlands has discovered a link between workplace exposure to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields (ELF-MFs) and a doubling of your risk of developing the most common form of motor neurone disease, amyotrophic lateral ...and more »

Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields Tied to ALS Death - Doctors Lounge

There seems to be a positive association for extremely low-frequency magnetic fields exposure with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis mortality in men, according to research published online March 29 in Occupational & Environmental Medicine. Possible ...and more »

electromagnetic fields linked to nerve disease - Press TV

Those with high exposure levels to electromagnetic fields run the higher risk of developing the ALS. Researchers have discovered that workers who are exposed to high levels of electromagnetic fields may be at higher risk of developing deadly motor ...and more »

ALS linked to occupational exposure to electromagnetic fields - New Scientist

Workplace exposure to electromagentic fields is linked to a higher risk of developing the most common form of motor neurone disease. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a disease that ravages the body's nerve cells, leaving people unable to control ...and more »

Occupational exposure to magnetic fields increases risk of ALS - Medical News Today

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a rare neurodegenerative disease of unknown origin that is currently untreatable. New research suggests that workplace exposure to magnetic fields may be responsible for the disease. [magnetic fields demonstration]and more »

Motor neurone disease: Workplace exposure to electromagentic fields 'linked to ALS' - Express.co.uk

WORKPLACE exposure to electromagentic fields is linked to a higher risk of developing the most common form of motor neurone disease, research suggests. PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 23:31, Wed, Mar 29, 2017. electrical worker GETTY. Research suggests ...and more »

Occupational Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields Link To ALS Confirmed In Utrecht Study [VIDEO] - Counsel & Heal

Michael Goldsmith, a sufferer of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as 'Lou Gehrig's Disease', stands with son Austin, prior to the game between the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays on July 4, 2009 at Yankee Stadium in the ...and more »

Low frequency electromagnetic fields linked to motor neurone disease - OnMedica

Workplace exposure to very low frequency electromagnetic fields may be linked to a doubling in risk of developing the most common form of motor neurone disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS for short, suggests research* published online in ...and more »