British researchers say low-level radiation exposure may be less harmful to human health compared to other lifestyle risks. According to UPI, an Oxford University study showed that the overall risk to human health from low-level radiation exposure is small, especially when compared with general risks such as obesity, smoking and air pollution. Much is known about the adverse health effects of mid- to high-level radiation exposure on human health, but little was known about how low-level radiation exposure impacts health. Professor Angela McLean said, " it is still not clear precisely the steps by which a dose of radiation might lead to cancer, sometimes decades later."

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