Is being exposed to WiFi signals for long periods of timebad for body?
I have a WiFi router at home which is always turned on
There is a very small health concern but where your not holding to your head and there is usually distance between the radio waves and your head,it is far less likely than cellular signals to cause brain cancer.Even cell phone usage is a very little threat without constant exposure,and is not likely to cause problems.
There was an interesting study done recently (about a year ago) in Sweden by some high school girls. For their science fair they decide to test the dangers of having a cell phone near their bed at night.
It was found a router gave off the same level of radiation so they used this instead of a cell phone for their experiment.
They placed several cress plants (a small leaf plant) in a room with the router and other in another room without radiation as a control.
The result was the plants in the room with the router, died. The students won an award for their findings and it so impressed a neurosurgeon that he is beginning further research into this.
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