ANSES review finds no proof of harm from radio waves

Wednesday 16 October 2013 | 09:25 CET | News
France's agency for food, environmental and occupational health & safety, ANSES, has issued recommendations for limiting exposure to radiofrequencies based on a review of the international scientific literature. The new study has not brought to light any proven health effect and does not result in any proposed new maximum exposure limits for the population. Nevertheless, ANSES recommends limiting the population's exposure to radiofrequencies, in particular from mobile phones, especially for children and intensive users. The agency said it would develop its work further on electro-sensitive

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