Though there is a general consensus that Electro-Magnetic Fields are harmful in some way, and are likely a carcinogen, but the EPA and other organizations have hesitated to define a specific level as hazardous. The given reason for this is that the science of how EMFs cause health problems is not yet understood. That being said, the average ambient level of EMF is .5 mG (the basic unit of measurement is a Gauss). You can measure levels where you live using a Gauss meter. According to an unofficial EPA proposition, several doctors who have performed studies, and the regulatory laws of Sweden, any levels above 1 mg should be considered hazardous and avoided.
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