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Submission + - Magnetic fields related to Alzheimer's disease

Via_Patrino writes: A study on California pacients show people exposed to magnetic fields (MF) are more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease (AD). 'Elevated occupational MF exposure was associated with an increased risk of AD'. The study focused on low frequency magnetic fields, like the ones of transmission lines, CRT monitors and TV tubes, but high frequency fields of cell phones and wireless devices have a similar nature and could have the same effects.

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