From ABC News, Sept 12, 2016:
Woman claims severe health problems are caused by wi-fi but international studies find no link
Leonie Southern says she can no longer live anywhere near sources of wi-fi transmissions because of severe health effects she attributes to a condition known as electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS).
The condition is so distressing she and her husband have moved from their home in Bermagui on the NSW far south coast to a farm further inland, to get away from any wi-fi reception.
However, extensive international research studies have found no evidence the condition is caused by electromagnetic waves such as wi-fi. SNIP……
Professor Rodney Croft, director of the Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research, said the symptoms experienced by sufferers of EHS were recognised as genuine, but the cause was something other than exposure to wi-fi.Read more →