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The ISO 4217 currency code for the Saudi Arabian Riyal.
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ISO 4217 code for the Saudi Arabian riyal. It became the official currency of the Kingdom at its establishment in 1932; it is the successor currency to the Hejaz riyal. Between 1986 and 2003, the riyal was pegged to Special Drawing Rights, but in practice, this was effectively a peg to the U.S. dollar. The peg was officially changed to the dollar in 2003 and has been in effect since (with the exception of a brief period toward the end of 2007). It is issued by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency.
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Electromagnetic hypersensitivity is a condition that results in interrupted sleeping patterns, nausea, vomiting and headaches, among other negative health effects.
Does this mean that electromagnetic hypersensitivity is an imaginary problem?
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity could lead to asthma, ADHD in children, cancer, fatigue, diabetes mellitus, headache, mood issues, multiple sclerosis, and sleep disorders, hence safety standards have to change.
The government of Sweden reports that the disorder known as electromagnetic hypersensitivity, or EHS, afflicts an estimated 3 percent of the population.
Here are 10 others: ELECTROMAGNETIC HYPERSENSITIVITY From wi-fi to mobile phone signals, we're surrounded by wireless communications and, for some people, exposure to electromagnetic fields is making them ill.
It also said that the search "has not been able to provide support for a causal relationship between exposure to electromagnetic fields and self-reported symptoms, or "electromagnetic hypersensitivity".
Another type of physical pollution which is now recognized, occurs from electromagnetic hypersensitivity or the 'dirty electricity'.
Claim: Mobile phone masts, a source of electrical fields, can cause a syndrome called electromagnetic hypersensitivity
Reviews of the evidence on electromagnetic hypersensitivity have been conducted (Fox 2006).

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