Corpus ID: 4231016

Study of the health of people living in the vicinity of mobile phone base stations: I. Influe nces of distance and sex *

@inproceedings{Santini2002StudyOT,
  title={Study of the health of people living in the vicinity of mobile phone base stations: I. Influe nces of distance and sex *},
  author={R. Santini and P. Santini and P. Ruz and M. Seigne},
  year={2002}
}
Summary A survey study using a questionnaire was conducted on 530 people (270 men, 260 women) living or not in the vicinity of cellular phone base stations, on 18 Non Specific Health Symptoms. Comparisons of complaint frequencies (CHISQUARE test with Yates correction) in relation to the distance from base stations and sex show significant (p 300 m or not exposed to base stations, up through 300 m for tiredness, 200 m for headache, sleep disruption, discomfort, etc., 100 m for irritability… Expand

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