Effects of 60-Hz magnetic field exposure on nocturnal 6-sulfatoxymelatonin, estrogens, luteinizing hormone, and follicle-stimulating hormone in healthy reproductive-age women: results of a crossover trial.
charging base of electrical toothbrush positioned underneath the bed of the testperson
The height of the appliance underneath the test person's bed was adjusted until the magnetic field at the pillow was 0.5 - 1 µT greater than the ambient magnetic field level without the device turned on.
60-Hz magnetic field exposure effects on the melatonin rhythm and photoperiod control of reproduction.
Selmaoui B et al.
Magnetic fields and pineal function in humans: evaluation of nocturnal acute exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields on serum melatonin and urinary 6-sulfatoxymelatonin circadian rhythms.
Mevissen M et al.
Exposure of DMBA-treated female rats in a 50-Hz, 50 microTesla magnetic field: effects on mammary tumor growth, melatonin levels, and T lymphocyte activation.
Rogers WR et al.
Regularly scheduled, day-time, slow-onset 60 Hz electric and magnetic field exposure does not depress serum melatonin concentration in nonhuman primates.
Bakos J et al.
Sinusoidal 50 Hz, 500 microT magnetic field has no acute effect on urinary 6-sulphatoxymelatonin in Wistar rats.
Loscher W et al.
Effects of weak alternating magnetic fields on nocturnal melatonin production and mammary carcinogenesis in rats.