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Electromagnetic radiation and health - Wikipedia

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Electromagnetic radiation can be classified into two types: ionizing radiation and non-ionizing ... Various kinds of higher-frequency radiowaves are used to transmit information – whether via ...

What are the dangers of radio waves? | Reference.com

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In large doses, radio waves, also known as radio frequencies, can disrupt biological functions and break down tissue. There is still much debate over whether or ...

Are radio waves dangerous to humans? | Reference.com

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A radio wave is a type of electromagnetic radiation that, with sufficient intensity and duration, can result in serious damage or death to a human. Thermal effects  ...

Cellphones, Radio Waves and Your Health - Cell Phone Safety

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Radio frequencies or RFs have been blamed for a host of illnesses, but according to the FCC no official evidence exists. What dangers exist? We explore the ...

Microwaves, Radio Waves, and Other Types of Radiofrequency ...

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May 31, 2016 ... Radiation Exposure and Cancer » Microwaves, Radio Waves, and Other .... of RF radiation, even over long periods of time, can have harmful ...

X-ray Risks - Mayo Clinic

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However, if you're pregnant or suspect that you may be pregnant, tell your doctor before having an X-ray. Though the risk of most diagnostic X-rays to an unborn ...

X-Ray Exposure: How Safe Are X-Rays? - Medical News Today

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Feb 9, 2016 ... X-rays are classed as carcinogens and many believe they pose a small risk of cancer when used for medical imaging. However, their risks are ...

XrayRisk.com : FAQ - Radiation Risk Calculator

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A standard Chest x-ray is 0.1 mSv. There are fundamental differences between a continuous dose over a year (background radiation) and a dose that occurs ...