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MISLEADING HED OF THE DAY

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Check this out:

Warning on wi-fi health risk to children

Wow! Looks serious. Looks (and headlines) can be deceiving.

Professor Lawrie Challis, who heads the committee on mobile phone safety research, called yesterday for pupils to be monitored amid mounting public concern over emissions from wi-fi networks.

He is concerned that few studies have been carried out into the level of exposure in classrooms and believes that if health problems do emerge they are likely to be more serious in children.

One Response to “MISLEADING HED OF THE DAY”


Comment by
christine
April 28th, 2007
at 10:06 am

“Based on studies reporting effects experienced by people living near mobile phone masts, I would predict chronic fatigue, memory and concentration problems, irritability and behaviour problems – exactly what we are seeing increasingly in our school pupils. ”

Wi-fi: the new ADHD.