Some Interesting Cell Phone Facts
What can I use to
protect myself from cell phone cancer and EMF radiation
Lakehead University in Canada was restricting WiFi usage for health concerns.
Similar issues have cropped up in the UK at a handful of schools in Chichester,
Carmarthenshire, and Buckinghamshire, which have turned off their WiFi citing
One parent, Judith Davies, whose daughter attends a school in Carmarthenshire,
told The Times: "Many people campaign against mobile phone masts near schools,
but there is a great deal of ignorance about wireless computer networks. Yet
they are like having a phone mast in the classroom and the transmitters are
placed very close to the children." Ms. Davies, we don't mean to be rude, but
have you ever seen a WiFi router? They're really small, use much less power,
have a much shorter range, and give off way less radio frequency radiation than
your average cell phone tower.
Put into technical terms, most WiFi routers have a peak power output of 100 mW
(compared to most cell phones, which output at around 2 W). So, assuming that
your child isn't sitting right on top of said router, she'll most likely be
perfectly fine. And even if she is sitting on top of a router, aside from being
somewhat uncomfortable she'll still probably be perfectly fine.