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"Powerwatch has been researching the links between electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and health risks for about 17 years, (for background see history) and is completely independent of government and industry. We gather information from around the world about EMFs, in order to help the lay person understand this complex issue. We design and hire out easy to use instruments, which measure both high and low frequency EMFs, so the general public can find out for themselves what they are exposed to. We provide books about different sources and aspects of EMF exposure, including what you can do to minimise it. We are developing a range of materials, for screening windows, walls and beds which are suitable for use inside the home (and windows at work) in order to reduce microwave exposure."
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