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Do ovens give off radiation?

Microwave ovens use radiation to cook food. Non-ionizing radiation used in a microwave does not cause food to be radioactive. When the oven is operating, microwaves are produced. The heat that cooks the food comes from the microwaves that are absorbed by the food.

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