While agreeing that further research on the matter is
required, the researchers advise men to avoid holding laptop
computers on the legs, "especially if they are connected to
Internet through Wi-Fi."
This research brings new knowledge on the effects of
electromagnetic fields (EMF) on human health. EMF levels
from Wi-Fi devices are much lower than those emitted by
mobile phones, and there is less public concern on potential
health issues for wireless LAN devices. The Health
Protection Agency (HPA) claims that if a person spends one
year in a Wi-Fi hot-spot, they will receive a dose of radio
waves equivalent to a 20-minute call on a mobile phone.
Often wireless access points are in close proximity to
humans, but the drop off in the already low power over
distance is fast, following the inverse-square law (*).
Nonetheless, the results of this study suggest that when a
laptop is operated for long periods, the close proximity to
the source of the EMF may affect a male user sensitive
reproductive cells causing damage to DNA and reducing sperm
(*) The radiation passing through any unit area is inversely
proportional to the square of the distance from the source.
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