EXPOSING CHILDREN TO WIFI IS WORST THAN THOUGHT, SAYS THE MAXIMUM ONCOLOGICAL RESEARCH ENTITY
The University of Montreal’s “Institute for Immunology and Cancer Research” (IRIC) presented a paper in which it states that exposure to wi-fi is at higher risk than initially considered, particularly for children.
Published in “Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastucture” under the heading “ Because Children Absorb More Microwave Radiation Than Adults: The Consequences ”, it basically states that the operation of microwave-producing appliances, including highlights Wi-fi devices, is more risk for children than for adults.
Children absorb more radiation, while skull bones are thinner and brain tissue more absorbent. At the same time it is considered that the risk is even greater in fetuses, so pregnant women should avoid exposure to this type of radiation.
The World Health Organization (WHO) had already warned that this type of radiation is a “possible carcinogen”, warning of possible exposure hazards.
The European Union is advising member states to reduce the levels of contamination by this type of radiation , and even some countries like Sweden, France and England have already eliminated Wi-Fi from colleges, as well as in places such as museums and libraries.
The ministries of health basically point out that there is not enough work on wireless technology, however, nor relevant controls to ensure that such radiation does not affect the health of citizens.
At the moment they advise to return to the cable system, until the relationship between the pathologies and the radiation of these technologies is precisely determined.