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Effect of Exposure to Non-ionizing Radiation (Electromagnetic Fields) on Human System: A Literature Review

Paula Rubya Souza Câmara.

Abstract
The indiscriminate presence of radio base stations, which emit non-ionizing radiation (NIR), as well as the frequent use of mobile phones, can cause increased susceptibility of populations to the emergence of diseases such as cancers of the head and neck, biochemical, hematopoietic and hepatic changes, among others. Exposure to physical contamination, including NIR, has been implicated in numerous diseases, raising concerns about the widespread sources of exposure to this type of radiation. This paper reviews studies that have assessed associations between likely exposure to electromagnetic fields, such as radiofrequency transmissions, and many kinds of human diseases including cancer, as well as alerts to the current knowledge on the association between environmental exposure to NIR and the risk of development of adverse human health effects. This way, there appears to be an urgent need to reconsider exposure limits for low frequency and static magnetic fields, based on combined experimental and epidemiological research.

Key words: Cancer, electromagnetic fields, human health, radiofrequency transmissions


 
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