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Dutch health study inconclusive on long-term wireless effect

Wednesday 10 February 2016 | 10:44 CET | News
The Dutch national health institute RIVM has published the results of a study into the possible long-term effects of electromagnetic radiation on the health of workers. According to the researchers, the latest studies do not offer any clear answer to the question whether there is a link between the radiation and health. There are signs of a possible connection between (low-frequency) electromagnetic fields and the extent the nervous disease ALS occurs. However it is not clear whether the fields are the actual cause of the illness or other factors in the workplace are at play, such as chemical

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