AAEM: WiFi in Schools & Public Places Risks Widespread Public Health Hazard

On November 14, 2013, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine issued a statement regarding wireless radiofrequency radiation in schools.

The AAEM strongly supports the use of wired Internet connections, and encourages avoidance of radiofrequency such as from WiFi, cellular and mobile phones and towers, and “smart meters.”

The peer reviewed, scientific literature demonstrates the correlation between RF exposure and neurological, cardiac, and pulmonary disease as well as reproductive and developmental disorders, immune dysfunction, cancer and other health conditions. The evidence is irrefutable. Despite this research, claims have been made that studies correlating emissions from WiFi, phones, smart meters, etc. with adverse health effects do not exist.

To install WiFi in schools plus public places risks a widespread public health hazard that the medical system is not yet prepared to address.  Statistics show that you can expect to see an immediate reaction in 3% and delayed effects in 10% of citizens of all ages.

View the Statement here: AAEM November 14, 2013 WiFi

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