Source Pravda.Ru

Wi-fi radiation may trigger cancer and Alzheimer's

 

Wireless internet can be harmful healthwise, Danish students concluded as a result of their study. The girls noticed that they feel bad if they leave their cell phone near the bed at the time of sleep.

For a start, they decided to conduct an experiment to find out how such radiation affects the growth of seeds. They put six containers with seeds of plants in the room where the router was running at full capacity. Six other containers were placed in the room without wi-fi radiation. Twelve days later, it turned out that the seeds in the room with wi-fi did not spring. 

Scientists also recommend switching routers off for the time of sleep and putting cell phones at a distance from bed. Daily influence of radiation from mobile devices and other gadgets may cause cancer, Parkinson's or Alzheimer's. 

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