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How to Approach the Challenge of Minimizing Non- Thermal Health Effects of Microwave Radiation from Electrical Devices

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  title={How to Approach the Challenge of Minimizing Non- Thermal Health Effects of Microwave Radiation from Electrical Devices},
  author={Martin L. Pall},
  year={2015}
}
Dozens of reviews and thousands of primary literature studies have shown the existence of many different non-thermal health effects of microwave and lower frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs); however current safety guidelines and standards only recognize thermal effects. This leaves both individuals and companies unprotected, particularly with the very large increases in microwave frequency exposures that are occurring over time. It has recently been shown that many, perhaps even all non… 

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