Child Testifies About WiFi at Her School Giving Her Microwave Sickness – a Medically Recognized Illness

Aug 15, 2019 by

The American Academy of Pediatrics and other health experts warn that kids are more vulnerable than adults to symptoms and illnesses caused by WiFi.

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By B.N. Frank

Microwave Sickness is not new or uncommon. When it becomes disabling, it is referred to as Electromagnetic Sensitivity.  It is caused by exposure to sources of Electromagnetic Radiation which is sometimes referred to as “Electrosmog.” Exposure is cumulative and no one is immune, though some tolerate it better than others.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and other health experts warn that kids are more vulnerable than adults to symptoms and illnesses caused by exposure to WiFi and other sources of wireless radiation.  In fact, no safe level of exposure has even been determined for children or pregnant women.  This is why many health experts, parents and teachers in the U.S. and around the world have been trying to get schools to replace WiFi with wired internet (see 1, 2).  Here is one child’s testimony about how WiFi at her school affected her: 

Unfortunately, Microwave Sickness is often misdiagnosed.  Replacing WiFi in schools with wired internet protects all children from unnecessary exposure to harmful radiation which could make them sick and/or disabled.  That’s not unreasonable, right?

Activist Post reports regularly about biological and environmental risks from all sources of Electrosmog.  For more information, visit our archives and the following websites:

Source: Child Testifies About WiFi at Her School Giving Her Microwave Sickness – a Medically Recognized Illness

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