Saturday, November 22, 2008

Long-simmering EMF-health controversy

It's not just childhood leukemia anymore.

Alzheimer's Disease is poised to take center stage
in the long-simmering EMF-health controversy.

A couple of weeks ago, a group led by Martin Röösli at
Switzerland's University of Bern reported that people
living within 50 meters of a high-voltage power line were
more likely to die with Alzheimer's. ...

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