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Elementary effects in humans exposed to electromagnetic fields and radiation

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Van Loock, W. ; Dept. Intec, Ghent Univ., Ghent, Belgium

Exposure to electromagnetic fields and radiation causes physical and chemical changes in the body provided energy is absorbed. Guidelines to protect people are briefly reviewed and its shortcomings discussed. A health factor (HF) is proposed. Radio waves, even with high information content, are not likely to be a risk of cancer.

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Environmental Electromagnetics, 2009. CEEM 2009. 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on

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16-20 Sept. 2009

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