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Biological and Health Effects from Exposure to Power line Frequency Electromagnetic Fields by Hiraku Takebe

Biological and Health Effects from Exposure to Power line Frequency Electromagnetic Fields

Description : The possible health effects of electro-magnetic (EMF) from high-voltage electric power lines have been discussed sine the 1970s. The concern was triggered by epidemilogical studies in the United States and Europe that suggested a slightly increased incidence of leukaemia's and brain tumours occured among those living and working near high-voltage power lines. Although studies can indicate an associate between factor and effect, the studies themselves cannot confirm a cause-effect relationship. Whether EMF is producing these ill effects must be confirmed by experimental studies.

Subtitle : Confirmation of Absence of Any Effects at Environmental Field Strengths

Authors : Hiraku Takebe

Published Date : 2001-01-01

Publisher : IOS Press

ISBN : 1586031058

Page : 368 Pages

Categories : Science

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