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      Memory Loss & Headaches caused by Wireless Internet in Schools Part 2


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According to recent estimates, Wi-Fi has been installed in about half of British primary schools and in more than 80 percent of secondary schools.

A scattering of studies around the world have looked into related EMF-reliant technology such as mobile phones, but research into the possible dangers of Wi-Fi has been scant.

Critics of the new technology warn that exposing people to prolonged exposure to EMF may prove catastrophic, and some have called it the 21st century equivalent of smoking or passive smoking.

(Ironically, in 2000 health researchers in Britain published a report examining whether cell phones - viewed as trendy and addictive - were taking the place of cigarettes for British youth, and asking whether the fad may turn out to be the "holy grail" long sought by anti-smoking campaigners.)

Wi-Fi defenders argue that people get more radiation exposure by watching television, sitting in front of a computer or even listening to the radio.
A spokeswoman for the British Education Department said Wednesday that the government based its advice to schools on the guidelines issued by the Health Protection Agency (HPA), which does not consider any risk to exist.

The protection agency - an independent body established to protect the health of citizens against infectious diseases and hazards including radiation - said in a statement that it had always pressed for new research into wireless technology, but denied media reports saying HPA Chairman William Stewart is opposed to it.

The agency said Stewart was not prepared to "condemn" the technology, adding that Wi-Fi devices are of very low power, much lower than mobile phones.

Alasdair Philips, a spokesman for Powerwatch, a citizen advocacy group, said Wednesday that he believed the decision to provide Wi-Fi technology in school classrooms was irresponsible.

"What we're saying is that if this was a new drug, we wouldn't have it anywhere near the streets," he said. "We'd have it on trials."

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