Wi-Fi connects electronic devices to wireless computer networks (wireless LAN) using electromagnetic radiation. Wi-Fi is installed in homes, schools, offices, stores, hotels, coffee shops, airports, libraries, hospitals, public buildings and even entire sections of cities. Wi-Fi signals are, unlike TV and radio signals, strong enough to penetrate concrete walls. Many health experts consider Wi-Fi radiation to be dangerous. It is estimated that 3-5% of the population is “electro-magnetically hypersensitive”.

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine, which is holding a conference on the brain and nervous system this week in Florida, says safer alternatives should be used instead of Wi-Fi.

"Adverse health effects from wireless radio frequency fields, such as learning disabilities, altered immune responses, and headaches, clearly exist and are well documented in the scientific literature," the academy said in a statement on its website. "Safer technology, such as use of hard-wiring, is strongly recommended in schools."  chealth.canoe.ca


Wi-Fi signals use a frequency of 2.4 GHz, nearly identical to the frequency of microwave ovens (2.45 GHz) and similar to those of mobile or cell phones (GSM phones use 1.8 or 1.9 GHz and the UMTS 3G phones use 2.1 GHz). mrfizix.com/home/light_files/image080.jpg

Since Wi-Fi is so recent, no studies have yet been done on the long-term health effects of Wi-Fi.  bbc.co.uk/news/health-13608444

The health dangers of Wi-Fi radiation are commonly dismissed because Wi-Fi is so convenient. However, scientific studies suggest that prolonged exposure to the low-level electromagnetic radiation can cause many health problems. news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/panorama/6674675.stm

Wi-Fi radiation penetrates the body, affects cell membranes and over time cells to lose their ability to function properly. Wi-Fi radiation disturbs the body's natural energy field causing stress, fatigue and a weakened immune system. Wi-Fi radiation can cause headaches, concentration problems, dizziness, anxiety, memory loss, depression, hyperactivity, abnormal heart rates, seizures, epilepsy, nausea, skin rashes, insomnia, ringing ears, high blood pressure, brain damage, autism, diabetes, fibromyalgia, infertility, birth defects, DNA damage, leukemia, cancer, etc.
safespaceprotection.com/harmful-effects-electromagnetic-fields.aspx

Children are especially vulnerable to Wi-Fi radiation signals because their nervous systems and brains are still developing. Their skulls are thinner and smaller, so the radiation penetrates their brains more deeply. Many schools are now using Wi-Fi but this is negatively affecting the learning abilities of children! safeschool.ca/Home.html_script_src__http_.html

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