Wireless radiation can open cell membrane calcium channels, allowing too much calcium to moves into cells. This contributes to inflammatory overload. Chemical toxins also contribute to this inflammatory state, which like a lit fire, will persist unless action is taken to reduce exposures and calm the inflammatory response.Read More
Yesterday I was surprised to see a reference to a paper on autism and EMF that I had never seen before, from way back in 2006. I thought it would be useful to publicly list all the key papers on autism and EMF. After doing a more formal search today, I found a few more papers on the topic that I had not seen before, including a hypothesis paper published back in 2004.
Kane, Robert C. "A possible association between fetal/neonatal exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation and the increased incidence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD)." Medical hypotheses 62.2 (2004): 195-197.
Thornton, Ian M. "Out of time: a possible link between mirror neurons, autism and electromagnetic radiation." Medical hypotheses 67.2 (2006): 378-382.
Carlo, G. L., and T. J. Mariea. "Wireless radiation in the aetiology and treatment of autism: clinical observations and mechanisms." Journal of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine 26.2 (2007): 3.
Lathe, Richard. "Microwave Electromagnetic Radiation and Autism." Sensoria: A Journal of Mind, Brain & Culture 5.1 (2009): 11-30.
Sparks, R. A. "RF Energy Exposure and Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorders." (2012)
Ahuja, Yog Raj, Sanjeev Sharma, and Bir Bahadur. "Autism: An epigenomic side-effect of excessive exposure to electromagnetic fields." International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 5.4 (2013): 171-177.
Herbert, Martha R., and Cindy Sage. "Autism and EMF? Plausibility of a pathophysiological link–Part I." Pathophysiology 20.3 (2013): 191-209.
Herbert, Martha R., and Cindy Sage. "Autism and EMF? Plausibility of a pathophysiological link part II." Pathophysiology 20.3 (2013): 211-234.
Alsaeed, Ibrahim, et al. "Autism-relevant social abnormalities in mice exposed perinatally to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields." International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience 37 (2014): 58-64.
Pall, M.L., Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects including depression, Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy (2015)
Mortazavi, Gh, et al. "Increased release of mercury from dental amalgam fillings due to maternal exposure to electromagnetic fields as a possible mechanism for the high rates of autism in the offspring: introducing a hypothesis." Journal of Biomedical Physics and Engineering (2015).
Simonson, Stewart D. "Evidence for increased autism due to electromagnetic pollution from high power high gain microwave antennas." (2015)
Bellieni, Carlo V., and Giuseppe Buonocore. "Are electromagnetic fields in incubators a risk factor for autism?." Acta Paediatrica (2017).
Stewart D. Simons. “Evidence for increased autism due to electromagnetic pollution from high power high gain microwave antennas” (2018)
Martin Pall has not yet published his paper specifically on autism. But, his talk from the Autism One Conference in 2017 outlines his theory, which is supported by published research, and it is one of the most comprehensive models of autism I have heard:
Martin Pall “EMFs and Chemicals as the Two Main Drivers of the Autism Epidemic: Mechanisms of Action” (Presentation Video)
If you find other papers on the topic, please post them in the comments section below and I will add them to this list of references.