Is Wi-Fi Dangerous for Our Kids?

This press release just came in…makes you wonder what they will tell us about all of these devices that we live with and expose our kids to…


Gail McDonnell
Advisory Board, <>
Phone: 212-289-7824
Email: (preferred)

Emily Roberson <>
Phone: 610-707-1602
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Patti Woods of Grass Roots Environmental Education <> in Port Washington, NY, will be presenting a program in Manhattan, “Is Wi-Fi Safe for Kids?” <> on Thursday evening, February 10th. The event will be at All Souls Church, 1157 Lexington Avenue (at 80th) on from 7-9 p.m. <> and Campaign for Radiation Free Schools <> (Facebook) strongly urge all members of the media interested in children’s health to attend.

See presentation by Dr. Magda Havas from Trent University in Canada on risks to children in schools from wireless technologies <> , including cell towers, Wi-Fi and dirty electricity, given at a forum at the Commonwealth Club of California, November 18, 2010.

Another presentation of interest from that program, “The Health Effects of Electromagnetic Fields” <> , is that of Martin Blank, PhD of Columbia University who speaks about the cellular and DNA impacts from wireless radiation and the risks from these technologies to future generations <> . Dr. Blank is Associate Professor, Columbia University, Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics; Editor of the journal Pathophysiology’s special issue on Electromagnetic Fields in March 2009; and Past President, Bioelectromagnetics Society <> . He holds a PhD from Columbia University in Physical Chemistry and a PhD from Cambridge University in Colloid Science, an interdisciplinary (biology, physics and chemistry) department.

It is important the media understand the biological effects from electromagnetic fields, and the long-term consequences of these exposures to children. In schools, the radiation emitted by wireless technologies is not conducive to optimal learning environments and the genetic damage from wireless radiation is irresponsible and unjustified.
More information on radiation effects on children can be found in the BRAG Antenna Ranking of Schools Report <> Instructions for schools on how to minimize microwave radiation within the school and from outside sources are provided at the back of the BRAG report, where there are also references to the science showing the known biological effects. These effects range from mild cognitive impairment, impacting memory and attention, to irreversible DNA damage and cancer. <> , a leading national and international advocacy organization focused on EMF & Health, urges Manhattan journalists to attend the program “Is Wi-Fi Safe for Kids?” <> on February 10th from 7-9 p.m. Gail McDonnell, Senior Advisor to, will be in attendance.