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The Effects of Living Under Electro Magnetic Fields Power Lines Electric power is a fact of life in America in the world today Ever since electric power was introduced society has thought nothing of the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields or electricity as long as they had it at their disposal I will not be able to answer the question for you about how harmful it is but I will be able to enlighten you with information to help you decide how harmful it really is For many years there have been studies to see if electromagnetic fields are the cause of many some cancers and other health issues There are many questions that people have about power lines People often wonder if they are safe to live near powerlines Scientists all over the world have been tackling these questions as far back as the 1960s Recently a new question has emerged about the electric power we all depend on Does it have anything to do with cancer or brain tumors Some epidemiological studies have suggested that a link may exist between exposure to power-frequency electric and magnetic fields also known as EMFs and certain types of cancer primarily leukemia and brain cancer Other studies have found no such link Laboratory researchers are studying how such an association is biologically possible At this point there is no scientific knowledge about the EMF issue-except a general agreement that better information is needed A national EMF research effort is under way and major study results are expected in the next few yearshttpwwwniehsnihgovocfactsheetsemfhumanhlthhtm In order for you to fully understand what I am talking about I will inform you about power lines or else known as transmission lines and explain to you what they look like and how they work There are two basic types of power lines there are transmission lines and distribution lines Transmission lines are high-voltage power lines The high
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