Children’s health is being affected by WiFi
“Frank Clegg, Citizens 4 Safe Technology and former president of Microsoft Canada, says Wi-Fi is an unproven technology and until it’s considered safe, we shouldn’t be using children as a science experiment.”
Steve Miller says he expected the worst as a parent when months of testing at Sick Kids Hospital lead to no diagnoses for his six-year-old son Jalen.
Jalen’s vision was distorted, mostly at night and no doctor could explain why. After several trips to doctors and psychiatrists that led nowhere, Miller brought a company called EMF Solutions Canada into their home. The specialists studied the level of electric and magnetic fields (EMF) to test if they were linked to Jalen’s nighttime visuals.
“We figured out his bedroom was a hot spot for Wi-Fi,” says Miller. “We shut that off right away and also turned off all our technology, including the home base for our wireless phones and blue tooth.”
Jalen was diagnosed by an environmental doctor with hyper sensitivity to electro-magnetic fields, says Miller. It was only four days after turning off their wireless technology that his symptoms disappeared.
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