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Is 700 - 800 feet away from power lines safe?
I read your article in natural news about electromagnetic radiation. It states 1000 feet away from power lines (for your home) is safe; mine may be 700 - 800 feet away. Is there a hazard for my kids?
I wouldn't buy them a kite for their Christmas if that's what you mean !
You do stay a fair distance away from them, but to be totally honest, if you are able to relocate a little further away, it would be to yours and your family's benefit.
If you are not able to relocate, your best defence would be eating as naturally as possible while avoiding highly processed foods. What will also help within your home would be to ensure that only appliances which are being used, are plugged in and turned on. Keep appliances which are not being used, turned off and unplugged to minimise exposure to electromagnetic radiation within your home :-)
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