A Nutrition Action Healthletter article
It’s not clear why so many people are uneasy about microwave ovens. “Maybe it’s because there’s no obvious reason why the food cooks,” offers physicist Louis Bloomfield of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, who answers questions about microwaves. And those questions are becoming more urgent, as charges and rumors speed across the Internet. Here’s how to separate microwave fact from fiction. Click the link below to download.