Autism linked to WiFi

Autism – a disease that affects one in every 160 Australian children – is being connected with WiFi due to an idea that radio frequency waves emitted by wireless routers trap metals in brain cells.

A new study published in the Australasian Journal of Clinical Environmental Medicine has suggested that there’s a link between WiFi and childhood autism.

Autism – a disease that affects one in every 160 Australian children – is being connected with WiFi due to an idea that radio frequency waves emitted by wireless routers trap metals in brain cells.

This isn’t the first time that this sort of thing has been claimed as earlier this year mobile phones were linked to Autism from their electromagnetic radiation. Still, if it’s enough to make you worry about the safety of your kids, it might be time to go back to wired networks.

Source: Switched



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