A midterm analysis of survey results compiled by research institutes has found a correlation between childhood leukemia and infrasonic electromagnetic waves.

According to the analysis, children who are often exposed to such electromagnetic waves, emitted from high-voltage power lines and some household appliances, are on average more than twice as likely to get leukemia.

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