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Transcript of Microwave
What are microwaves?
Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths that we use to heat and cook food.
Why Do We Use It?
Microwaves are significant to cook frozen food.
People use microwaves to cook junk food and frozen food which lack
Although it does not cook fully inside out, it is convenient and easy to use.
How does it affect our health
By: Isaac Chae,Chan Choi, and Brenden Alpuerto
How It Effects Our Food
Microwave cause water molecules in food vibrate producing heat to cook the food.
Microwaves also harm vitamins and other nutrition.
In addition, microwaves cause the food to get dry and harden.
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"How Microwaves Affect Food and Water." YouTube. YouTube, 08 Dec. 2010. Web. 27 Apr. 2014.
Microwave is the form of electromagnetic energy, which can cause cancer, chronic fatigue, asthma, heart problems, chest pain, insomnia, allergies, weak immune system and etc
What is Electromagnetic Radiation
Electromagnetic radiation (EM radiation or EMR) is a fundamental phenomenon of electromagnetism, behaving as waves propagating through space, and also as photon particles traveling through space, carrying radiant energy.
There are 2 types of electromagnetic radiation, ionizing radiation and non-ionizing radiation.
There are many ionizing hazards like Electrical hazards, Fire hazards and Biological hazards.
These hazards are incredibly harmful to humans