According to Statista, there were around 34.3 million pets in Germany in 2019, with cats being the most popular pets. In 2019, around 14.7 million cats lived in households, followed by 10.1 million dogs. These animal companions are often referred to as our best friends, and when our four-legged friends get sick, it puts both […]
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According to the German Federal Statistical Office, companies’ sickness absence rates are on the rise. In 2007, employees in Germany reported sickness for 8.1 working days on average, compared to 10.9 days in 2019. What can companies do against this trend? And what role can electromagnetic radiation play in this context?
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The aluminum hat has fallen into disrepute over the past ten years. Where 100 years ago it was considered a symbol of critical thinking, now it’s a symbol of conspiracy theorists. How did this change come about?
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Many scientific studies have been done on the effects of wireless communication systems on living systems. A particularly interesting study was a Belgian study in which ants were exposed to mobile phones. The advantage of using animals, including ants, is that they, unlike people, can be psychologically influenced.
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How high is your EMF exposure from radio masts and mobile phone networks in your area? The Federal Network Agency‘s location database can help answer this question. The body also published about cellular network monitoring on October 29, 2020. This tool offers an overview of 2G, 3G and 4G distribution in Germany. Also the coverage […]
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With around 69,000 new cases each year, breast cancer is by far the most common cancer in women in Germany. According to the Robert-Koch Institute, around one in eight women will develop breast cancer at some point in their lives. Almost three in ten women affected are younger than 55 years old when receiving the […]
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