Most of you know that an usage of mobile phones can harm your health by increase the risk of brain tumor. And how about WiFi wireless network which becomes popular and widely used? You have no idea about it because there are no any research and conclusion from scientists yet. Hence, UK Health Protection Agency has announced to carry out a systematic research on the potential health risks that wireless computer networks cause, aiming to find a answer for Wi-Fi health study.
“There is no scientific evidence to date that WiFi and WLANs adversely affect the health of the general population. The signals are very low power, typically 0.1 watt (100 milliwatts) in both the computer and the router (access point) and the results so far show exposures are well within ICNIRP guidelines,” said Professor Pat Troop, Chief Executive of the Health Protection Agency. “Given this, there is no particular reason why schools and others should not continue to use WiFi or other wireless networks.”
“However there has not been extensive research into what people’s exposures actually are to this new technology and that is why we are initiating this new programme of research and analyses. We have good scientific reasons to expect the results to be re-assuring and we will publish our findings,” he added.
Anyway, i believe that most of you got the same wish with me at this moment, which is no negative result on this preliminary WiFi health study research projects.