Dutch health institute explores link between electromagnetic radiation and health complaints

Friday 28 September 2018 | 17:23 CET | News
Dutch national health and safety institute RIVM and the University of Groningen have developed a research method that can be used to determine if exposure to electromagnetic fields such as FM, WIFi, DECT phones or mobile antenna masts is the cause of health complaints for people sensitive to such fields. But because the study was a first exploration of new methods, no conclusions can yet be attached to the results, the researchers said.

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