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After using the monitor for more than 20 minutes eyes become watery and burning sensation starts. I am afraid if it causes heavy radiation. Nirantar B P nirantarbp@yahoo.co.in

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CRT screens emit low levels of electromagnetic radiation, mainly from the back of the monitor. LCD a lot less emit less electromagnetic radiation. The backlight from a LCD screen is provided by a CCFL lamp, this is a very small fluro tube about 2mm in diameter compared with a 20-25mm normal fluro tube.
I do not think the LCD is the cause of your problem, I suggest you consult with an EYE specialist about your problem.
For details of electromagnetic radiation of CRT and LCD screens/TVs, please click on this link :-
http://www.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lcdtv-crt.shtml

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