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Recently, a coworker brought up electro sensitivity as something to consider when developing new communications technology.

What little I have researched so far

The WHO claims that the majority of studies suggest it is a psychological disorder, with self proclaimed "sensitive" individuals being consistently unable to predict exposure.

Powerwatch UK claims it is still little understood and compares it to Photosensitive epilepsy.

My question

Maybe a professional from a related field could clear up whether there is still reasonable doubt about the effects of EMF on health. Or in more simple terms: Is it a thing?

marked as duplicate by Oddthinking Feb 23 '17 at 1:49

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  • First link is broken for me. – Kevin Feb 23 '17 at 0:54
  • Sorry, am on my phone and somehow messed up. Should be fixed now! Thank you! – derpda Feb 23 '17 at 2:14
  • Anyway, this question is indeed a duplicate. Didn't find the previously asked question since I was looking for electro sensitivity. Didn't pop up somehow. – derpda Feb 23 '17 at 2:17