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Health concern

Many studies have found harmful effects from WiFi radiation such as:

  • reduced immunity
  • reduced sperm activity – potentially affecting fertility
  • DNA fragmentation
  • cancer
  • effects on the nervous system
  • changes to heart-rate variability
  • changes to brain activity and brainwave patterns
  • brain tumor

Radiation has long been cited as a health threat to younger children and pregnant women; however medical professionals nonetheless debate the nature and quantity of that danger. Due to the fact the risks as a result of radiation can take years to expose their consequences in young children, the risks throughout pregnancy from radiation are hard to pinpoint and represent improved probabilities of health impacts growing over time.

However, many health specialists and governments advise applying the “precautionary principle” in the direction of those risks until we recognise more. Similarly, different toxins like tobacco and asbestos, which took a long time for policy and consciousness to catch up with rising clinical evidence.

What health experts are saying?

‘Both human and animal studies report large immunohistological changes in mast cells, and other measures of immune disfunction and disregulation due to exposure to ELF and RF at environmental levels associated with new electrical and wireless technologies.’ – Dr Olle Johansson

“Everyday radiation is a health risk. As an OBGYN, I recommend my pregnant patients and those looking to conceive to minimize their exposure, and using a barrier from possible radiation sources is a practical way to do this.” – Dr. Huai-Yan Ang, Obstetrician & Gynecologist

“[There is a] growing body of literature linking long-term cell phone use to possible adverse health effects including cancer. We shouldn’t wait for a definitive study to come out, but err on the side of being safe rather than sorry later.” – Dr Ronald Herberman, Director of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute



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