By B.N. Frank
Over the past 2 years, government agencies worldwide have gone to great lengths to prevent COVID-19 infections and help victims of COVID “long-haul” syndrome. Before COVID-19, there were government agencies worldwide also going to great lengths to warn their residents about health risks associated with exposure to cell phone and wireless “Wi-Fi” radiation including 5G. Of course, decades of research has already determined that wireless radiation exposure – even from common sources – can disrupt the blood-brain barrier, cause it to leak, kill brain cells, as well as cause other undesirable symptoms and injuries. Here’s a thought: since a recent study has determined that even mild COVID infections can cause brain damage, perhaps a study could be done to see if reducing radiation exposure could help these brain-damaged COVID victims.
From NBC New York:
Even Mild Covid is Linked to Brain Damage, Scans Show
The new British research is the first to reveal striking differences in areas of the brain based on scans taken before and after a coronavirus infection
Published March 7, 2022 • Updated on March 7, 2022 at 1:27 pm
During at least the first few months following a coronavirus infection, even mild cases of Covid-19 are associated with subtle tissue damage and accelerated losses in brain regions tied to the sense of smell, as well as a small loss in the brain’s overall volume, a new British study finds. Having mild Covid is also associated with a cognitive function deficit.
These are the striking findings of the new study led by University of Oxford investigators, one that leading Covid researchers consider particularly important because it is the first study of the disease’s potential impact on the brain that is based on brain scans taken both before and after participants contracted the coronavirus.
The research, which was published Monday in Nature, also stands out because the lion’s share of its participants apparently had mild Covid — by far, the most common outcome of coronavirus infections. Most of the brain-related studies in this field have focused on those with moderate to severe Covid.
Gwenaëlle Douaud, an associate professor at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences at Oxford and the paper’s lead author, said that the excess loss of brain volume she and her colleagues observed in brain scans of hundreds of British individuals is equivalent to at least one extra year of normal aging.
“It is brain damage, but it is possible that it is reversible,” she said. “But it is still relatively scary because it was in mildly infected people.”
Read the full story here at NBCNews.com
Heck, perhaps a study could even be done to see if reducing radiation exposure to Havana Syndrome victims would help them with their brain injuries too!!! Who knows – maybe a study already has been done and the results aren’t being reported nearly as much as we’d expect them to be. You just never know…
- Environmental Health Trust
- Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
- EMF Scientist
- Physicians for Safe Technology
- Scientists for Wired Tech
- Wireless Information Network
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