Recent technological development made the natural electromagnetic environment affected by man-made
sources of EMF. People are exposed to man-made EMF both in their occupational environments and in everyday life. Most common technology-related EMF include radiofrequency (RF) EMF, i.e. radiowaves and microwaves (100 kHz–300 GHz), and power frequency EMF (50, 60 Hz).
RF-emitting devices are extensively used in industry (welding machines, induction heaters), telecommunication
(TV and radio broadcast stations), medicine (NMR, diathermy), and in everyday life (microwave ovens, mobile
phones and 5G—the newest generation of mobile communication). The possible adverse health effects of exposure to RF EMF are a source of great concern not only among mobile phone users and people living in the vicinity of the base stations, but also among governmental and nongovernmental organisations responsible for public health.
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