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Can Personal Computer Use Cause Cancer? - Can Personal Computer Use Cause Cancer?
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"The last flurry of computer (actually video monitor) scare stories came in 1990, many inspired by an article entitled "The Magnetic-Field Menace" by muckraker Paul Brodeur in the computer magazine MacWorld. Brodeur made two points: (1) exposure to the extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic fields generated by electric power lines had been linked to cancer, miscarriages, and other problems by several studies, and (2) ELF magnetic fields of similar strength (greater than 2-3 milligauss) were emitted by a surprisingly large number of commonly available computer monitors."
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