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Scientists and the rest of the human race is finally beginning to realize that it has a tendency to try to destroy itself Scientists are discovering that many of its creations can and have caused the deaths of many individuals Studies have shown that many mechanisms and improved materials which make human chores easier are now known to cause or could possibly cause mortality rates to increase People should know about these potential dangers The microwave computers tanning beds and cellular phones are thought to be the cause of some of these untimely deaths Also there are chemicals such as lead and asbestos that have and can lead to such casualties But most of all it is the use of nuclear reactors to generate power that has caused the destruction of lives First although a microwave is a very useful machine and it helps in speeding up the cooking of food a microwave can have harmful effects on babies Mothers milk is sometimes stored in the refrigerator in order to feed a baby more easily Since the milk is cold it must be heated so that the child will drink it In laboratory tests bottles with breast milk that were microwaved had a 79 decrease in immunoglobulin-A antibodies which fight against infection and a 19 decrease in lysozymes which help destroy bacteria Destruction of these antibodies leaves the child at a greater risk of developing a deadly infection Fraser 17 A smart decision should be made people should not heat bottled milk in the microwave and take time to warm the milk in hot water a babys life could depend on it Computer monitors might be the cause of birth defects miscarriages and cancer Computer monitors emit very-low-frequency VLF and electromagnetic fields ELF The emissions form a sphere around the terminal A 1988 study indicated that there were twice as many women who worked around computers that miscarried than those who did not Luckily some
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