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Lai's research comes on the heels of recent studies suggesting a link between cell-phone use and brain tumors, and even the possibility that the microwaves
could ignite petroleum fumes at gas stations.
During the week of June 27, Massachusetts Electric Company and Granite State Electric Company are field testing the prototype model of commercial microwave
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Moreover, because microwaves
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Most of our research indicates people are using microwaves
for reheating, defrosting and doing vegetables,'' says Jean E.
Goldblum of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston disagrees, saying, "I don't see any compelling evidence that the microwaves
did any harm.