An attempt by Europe to outlaw the use of mobile phones and wireless networks in schools is probably doomed in its ambition to limit children’s exposure to wireless-associated radiation.
While scientists still argue the toss over whether mobile phones and wireless networks can damage people’s health the European Parliament has been presented with a report recommending that wireless networks and mobile phones be totally banned from schools on health grounds.
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