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Nordic radiation bodies confident about mobile limits

Wednesday 18 December 2013 | 13:21 CET | News
Overall data published in scientific literature to date do not show adverse health effects from exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields below the guidelines or limits adopted in the Nordic countries, said a joint statement by the Nordic radiation safety authorites. However, epidemiological studies on long-term exposure to radio waves from mobile phones are still limited, especially studies on children and adolescents, they said.

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