Our article “Hematological and Psychophysiological Correlates of Anomalous Information Reception in Mediums: A Preliminary Exploration” has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Explore: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1550830718301265
The Fact Sheet “Disease Burden in Mediums” reviews why we first started studying this aspect of mediumship, the findings from the HemPhys study, and the results from a health survey of 125 mediums and 222 non-mediums of similar ages, genders, and races. The free PDF of the Fact Sheet is available at https://www.windbridge.org/factsheets/WRC_disease.pdf
The findings from this study are also reviewed in this Society for Scientific Exploration 2015 conference video:
We believe that in at least some cases, adverse childhood experiences might result in both an increased capacity for mediumistic perceptions as well as an increased risk of developing physical disease and will be pursuing this line of research in future publications and fact sheets.
Beischel, J. (2015, May). Assessing hematological and psychophysiological correlates of anomalous information reception in mediums. Presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration, Rockville, Maryland.
Beischel, J., Tassone, S., & Boccuzzi, M. (2019). Hematological and psychophysiological correlates of anomalous information reception in mediums: A preliminary exploration. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science & Healing, 15(2), 126–133. doi: 10.1016/j.explore.2018.04.009