Parents In Ontario Demand Switching Off Wi-Fi In Schools

Parents In Ontario Demand Switching Off Wi-Fi In Schools

Could radiation from wireless technology affect the health of children? A group of parents seem to believe so.

Naresh Kumar
  • 16 august 2010

A group of parents in the Barrie region of Ontario are protesting against their children’s schools that use wireless internet in their premises. They suspect that the Wi-Fi is affecting the health of their kids who regularly suffer from headaches, memory loss, skin rashes and a range of other ailments when they are in school but not at home. While there is no concrete evidence of microwave radiations emanating from Wi-Fi affecting kids, some experts believe that the parents may have a just demand.

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