Scientist Worries WiFi May Harm Children
April 25 , 2007
The British scientist who raised one of the early warnings about potential health hazards from cell phones has a new worry — wireless Internet, or WiFi.
Stewart is concerned because wireless Internet may become more prevalent than mobile telephones.
A few individuals are known to suffer from a heightened sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation, but in recent years more and more physicians have expressed concern that repeated and prolonged exposure might be harmful to the wider population.
A study conducted in
Stewart is reportedly concerned because of the similarity of the radiation emitted by cell phones and WiFi systems. But whereas cell phone radiation exposes only the person using the handset, WiFi radiation could affect everyone in the general vicinity.
Much of the concern is directed at children, who are seen as more vulnerable than adults to the effects of radiation, and because they will likely be exposed to increasing levels of radiation throughout their lives.
The Austrian Medical Association is pressing the government to ban the deployment of WiFi in schools.
Concerns about WiFi health effects have also been raised in the
In 2003, parents sued an
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