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Easy to read summaries of scientific opinions - Potential health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields    europa.eu

European Commission - When preparing its policy and proposals relating to consumer safety, public health and the environment, the Commission relies on independent Scientific Committees to provide it [...]

Final Opinion - Potential health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields    europa.eu

Final Opinion - Potential health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields - Directorate General for Health and Food Safety[...]

Understanding the Earth's magnetic field for precision weather forecasting    europa.eu

For years, the European Space Agency (ESA) has been studying the Earth's magnetosphere - a 'bubble' in which the Earth's magnetic field is present. Huge amounts of supporting data have been gathered.[...]

Research Headlines - Clean bill of health for electric cars    europa.eu

Could electric cars cause cancer? Like all electric devices, and indeed like all motor vehicles, they do produce electromagnetic fields. However, these fields are far too weak to give cause for conce[...]

Physical activity and risk of Parkinson's disease in the Swedish National March Cohort    epda.eu.com

Study results indicate that a medium level of physical activity lowers Parkinson's disease risk.[...]


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